August 2 2012 - Cmune, the leading developer and publisher of hardcore 3D social games, recently demonstrated unprecedented cross platform playability for its flagship title, UberStrike, on iOS devices in Macworld Asia, Beijing. UberStrike, also the largest web game built on the Unity3D engine, has recently passed 6 million registered users, making it the #1 Free to Play FPS on Apple's Mac App Store&Facebook.
"UberStrike is still unmatched in bringing a console quality gaming experience to the web. When we launch on iOS later this year Apple gamers will enjoy a never been seen before level of cross platform multiplayer playability." said Ludovic Bodin, CEO of Cmune. "It's never been done like this before"
Shaun LeLacheur Sales, CTO&co-founder of Cmune, said "We've worked very hard at innovating what we believe to be simply the best interface for playing a First Person Shooter on a touch device in the industry. Making a multiplayer game where mobile and desktop gamers are competitive against each other is pretty unheard of, but I think we've achieved it".
The commitment and contribution of UberStrike fans has been strong since the launch of the company, with the community generating content for the game including new maps and concept art.
Cmune is the leading developer and publisher of hardcore 3D social games including UberStrike, #1 First Person Shooter on the Mac App Store&Facebook, soon launching on iOS&zzzAndroid mobile devices. UberStrike is the world's first free-to-play browser-based FPS, built with the Unity3D engine, with over 6 million players worldwide. The company recently announced funding from Skype Co Founder Niklas Zennstrom's Atomico Ventures, also an investor in Rovio, the maker of Angry Birds.
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