Jason Citron’s game studio Hammer & Chisel shows off its multiplayer online battle arena game Fates Forever.
Swarm invites studios looking to replace OpenFeint to give its online solutions a try.
When Apple launched its Game Center social platform for iPhone games, it looked like a supporting tool such as the OpenFeint platform was doomed. That’s because OpenFeint, a social game platform built by the startup formerly known as Aurora Feint and now called OpenFeint, did much of the same thing as Game Center, socializing games so that users would make friends and play more.
Aurora Feint has made iPhone games much more social — and therefore easier to spread and monetize — with its OpenFeint social game platform. Now it intends to do the same for Android-based mobile games.
Game platform makerAurora Feint is announcing today it has signed up its first wave of developers for its virtual goods platform for mobile devices.