New ezine from the makers of Pocket Gamer aimed at both new and veteran iPhone and iPod touch users
For Immediate Release
London, UK– 29th July 2010– Steel Media is delighted to announce the launch of its latest digital publication, the Top 50 Classic iPhone Games Guide.
Available to view free online, the core of the magazine comprises 50 reviews of‘classic’ iPhone and iPod touch games spanning all genres, and compiled by Pocket Gamer’s team of portable gaming experts.
“We’re aware that the phenomenal rate at which games turn up on the App Store can mean that it’s not unusual for even the more dedicated gamer to miss out on the odd must-play title,” explained Joao Diniz Sanches, editor of the Top 50 Classic iPhone Games Guide.“This guide is therefore intended to highlight 50 games released prior to 2010 which we feel should be experienced by anyone in possession of an iPhone or iPod touch and a love of gaming.
“Equally, we expect that the recent arrival of the iPhone 4 has brought with it a number of newcomers to Apple’s devices and we therefore have also tried to cater for the complete beginner with a number of‘how to’ guides to get them started in the uniquely thrilling world of iPhone gaming.”
In addition to an introduction to gaming on iDevices (complete with breakdown of the App Store), newcomers will find guidance on how to download their games and even rearrange their home screen, as well as tips such as how to maximise their handset’s battery life.
Seasoned players, meanwhile, can dive straight into the 50 reviews. Should they find they’ve already played them all, a further list highlights 40 games that reflect the Pocket Gamer team’s favourite titles of 2010 to date.
The Top 50 Classic iPhone Games Guide is available now and can be found here: http://www.steelmedia.co.uk/digitalmags/iphoneclassics1
For more information, contact Joao Diniz Sanches ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
Notes to editors
About the Pocket Gamer network
PocketGamer.co.uk is the UK’s most popular destination website for mobile and handheld gaming news, previews and reviews. The site was established by Steel Media in March 2006 and now reaches an audience of over 600K readers per month, generating over 2.2 million page views online, plus an additional audience via our wap and iPhone editions. www.pocketgamer.co.uk
Steel Media also publishes a bi-monthly Pocket Gamer mobile games magazine in association with leading mobile operators in the UK which is distributed in-store and online with a readership of c.200K.
In addition, Pocket Gamer reviews and content appear on the wap portals of leading UK operators and handset manufacturers, providing a total estimated audience in excess of 4 million each month.
Building upon the success of the UK site, Steel Media extended its proven formula to the French market with the launch of a bespoke, fully localised portal written and edited by an experienced and dedicated team of French game journalists to deliver the same quality of expert news, features, reviews and opinion for which Pocket Gamer is renowned.
Launched in July 2008, sister site PocketGamer.biz is the UK’s mobile game industry-focused site from the highly experienced team behind PocketGamer.co.uk. It aims to cover the issues affecting the sector by providing the insightful news, features and opinion that it deserves, while working to help push this multi-billion industry forward. www.pocketgamer.biz
About Steel Media
Steel Media is a leading mobile consumer technology publisher based in the UK. Headed up by Chris James and with a team boasting over 50 years of experience in consumer and contract publishing, the company currently publishes mobile and handheld gaming websites PocketGamer.co.uk and PocketGamer.fr, industry focused site PocketGamer.biz and consumer friendly mobile entertainment site PocketPicks.co.uk. Steel Media also supplies mobile gaming news and other contract services to a number of third-party publishers and brands.
For further information the Pocket Gamer network or Steel Media, contact Chris James: email@example.com
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