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Friday, August 17, 2012

SEGA announces new focus on mobile games from independent developers

The US and European businesses of SEGA Corporation have formed a new publishing initiative that’s focussed on publishing mobile games made by independent developers. It’s called the SEGA Alliance and will offer marketing support, production support and creative consultation.

The SEGA Alliance’s first title, Jack Lumber from Owlchemy Labs, was launched this week.

Chris Olson, Vice President of Digital Business at SEGA, said “SEGA has been a major player in the mobile games landscape for years and we’ve had tremendous success bringing our iconic franchises to smartphones and tablets. With SEGA Alliance, we’re looking forward to sharing that success with talented developers like Owlchemy Labs by introducing new and unique games, such as Jack Lumber, to the market. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have some trees to destroy.”

Jack Lumber is available from the iTunes App Store.

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