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    Voodoo launches 5 hypercasual titles on Fb Gaming | Pocket

    Voodoo has revealed a partnership with Fb Gaming to convey 5 hypercasual video games to the platform.

    The 5 cellular titles coming to the platform are Dice Surfer, 2, Roof Rails,, and Scribble Rider.

    The partnership is aimed toward boosting Voodoo’s viewers outdoors of app marketplaces, in addition to making its video games extra social.

    Fb Gaming has acknowledged that over 900 million customers work together with video games on Fb every month and that it’s “persevering with to develop” its catalogue of titles to make the platform and “even higher place to play and launch video games”.

    Broadening its attain

    “With so some ways to play video games immediately on Fb Gaming, whether or not that be web-based HTML5, or cloud-streamed, we’re excited to construct on an already superb catalog of good video games,” mentioned Voodoo head of publishing Alexander Shea.

    “We look ahead to participating a brand new viewers with a few of our greatest hits up to now, together with and Dice Surfer, and hope to convey many extra to Fb Gaming’s platform sooner or later.”

    Final week, Voodoo revealed that it’s going to make investments $200 million into blockchain video games and at the moment has 10 studios engaged on growing blockchain titles, with plans to create an extra 20 studios.

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