Leo's Fortune, Badland, Monument Valley, Angry Birds and yes, about 200 more. All you can play, with no downloads, updates or in-app purchases. What mobile games would you like to see most on Hatch?
“Tonight made me feel like we’re one, big family, not just colleagues who work together.” This was a comment one of our teammates made after our summer party, and it’s probably the best testimony you can get when thinking about building the team spirit and office culture.
The way video-games are played and delivered is rapidly changing. At this year’s trade fair "Gamescom" in Germany, a new company from Finland demonstrated its new on-demand mobile gaming app that has already signed up more than 80 developers and publishers—including Ubisoft and Bandai Namco.
Autumn is here, but if you’re not ready for the cold&dark days just yet, why not race back to the magical summer time! Can you guess which game we are talking about?
Hatch has opened a beta test for residents of Finland to use its cloud-based mobile social hub, which can stream mobile games instantly to Android users. The beta test is a major test for Hatch, which wants to provide a new source of revenues and discovery for mobile game developers through a Netflix-like monthly paid subscription, in which gamers can get access to lots of games.
The platform offers mobile users a way to play select ‘premium’ games for free. Players can also invite friends to play games together in real-time, as well as record and share gameplay.
I believe in the power of playing games. We play them not just for entertainment, but to make us happier and, most importantly, to bring us closer with our friends and family.