In the past, gaming community Nonoba has played host to a multitude of Flash games and has claimed to have created “Flash gaming’s first Multiplayer and Payment APIs.” Just last week the company announced several new developer partnerships and websites that will be using their GameRise platform.
GameRise will enable any user to easily, quickly, and inexpensively develop and manage gaming sites, and according to the announcement, has led to the sign-up of 100 customers in less than 30 days. This list is not limited locally either. Stemming from the company’s location in Denmark, the partnerships have spread globally to include a Dutch game portal, one from China, and yet another in Belgium. There is even a Portuguese and Slovenian portal now.
Specifically, GameRise takes out a lot of the work entailed in creating a game portal and allows for developers or even hobbyists to access Nonoba’s full suite of cataloged games and grants them full control of their portal’s appearance, advertising, and language. In addition to the surface features, the platform also allows for basic social interaction in the forms of chat rooms, forums, and mail templates for user feeds (all of which can be combined with the company’s Multiplayer API).
“We’re very pleased with the number of responses we’ve received related to our GameRise platform, and how fast our solution has become a preferred platform for developers to create their own casual gaming sites,” said Jonas Kjellberg, chairman of Nonoba. “As we continue our focus on simplifying the games creation process and working with developers to bring new revenue and monetization streams to their offerings, we will constantly explore new products to integrate into the solution that allow even more flexible options for developers on both current and emerging platforms.”
Interested parties are able to sign up for GameRise here.