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Mobile Games Publisher, Spellgun, Announces Partnership With Get Set Games to Bring Storm Casters to China

SAN FRANCISCO, CA and SHANGHAI, CHINA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/21/14 -- Leading mobile games publisher, Spellgun, is announcing today their partnership with Get Set Games to bring their new dungeon crawler game, Storm Casters, to the growing Chinese mobile market.

Spellgun, which was launched earlier this year, is a joint venture between Concept Art House, a San Francisco based creative services provider for the mobile gaming industry, and Talkweb, a publicly traded Chinese company who made their mark by successfully publishing Rovio's Angry Birds and PopCap's Plants vs. Zombies in the Chinese market.

"We're very proud to partner with Get Set Games to continue to bring new and exciting Western games to the Chinese market. With Storm Casters' clean user interface and unique game play, we believe it stands a very good chance of gaining both mid-core and casual players in China," said Spellgun CEO James Zhang. "With our team of expert artists, designers, and engineers in Shanghai, we will apply our culturalization strategy to enhance Storm Casters' reach into China's ever growing and evolving mobile market."

Canadian developer Get Set Games, who is known for their hits Mega Jump and Mega Jump 2, released their new game, Storm Casters, last month with the immediate intention of bringing it overseas.

"Since its launch, Storm Casters has received rave reviews from critics and players alike. We designed Storm Casters' style and gameplay around the core of a traditional dungeon crawler but it is the visually rich world of Storm Casters and the compelling card collection mechanic that pulls people in," said Get Set Games co-founder Robert Segal. "Our goal is to ensure that players across the globe can have the opportunity to enjoy our games and we're confident in Spellgun's expertise and ability to help us bring our games to new players and fans in China."

If you are interested in introducing your game to the Chinese market and would like to learn more about working with Spellgun, please visit our booth at this year's Casual Connect in San Francisco from July 22 - 24 or visit our website at www.spellgun.com.

About Get Set Games
Get Set Games was founded in 2009 in Toronto, Ontario by four friends. Since then, the studio has become one of the leading independent game studios working on mobile devices. With over 50 million downloads to date on Apple and Android mobile devices, Get Set Games have created a well-loved and enduring series of games featuring the lovable monster Redford and his forest-dwelling friends. - See more at: http://getsetgames.com

About Spellgun
Spellgun, a division of Concept Art House, is the exclusive North American partner of Talkweb. Spellgun is the most complete solution for North American game companies wishing to launch their products into the Chinese mobile market.

Spellgun provides North American developers access to a San Francisco based licensing and support team, a 100+ Shanghai based localization office, distribution partnerships with all leading China operators, and local marketing, user support and operations in all 29 Chinese provinces through Talkweb. Learn more here: http://spellgun.com/approach

Contact Information:

Ling Gong
Director of Publishing
Spellgun
Email Contact
415-707-1500

Spellgun Mailing Address:

785 Market St. Suite 1100
San Francisco, CA 94103

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