Endless running game for smartphones; it won’t let you rest for a second with cool power ups and colorful characters
On March 5, Mocoga released “Subway Surfers”, a popular running game for smartphones, through Kakao Game. Mocoga is a name for mobile game business of nTels Co., Ltd. (KOSDAQ: 069410, CEO: Jae-Hee Shim), which runs a marketing platform for mobile games and provides mobile game publishing service globally.
“Subway Surfers for Kakao” released through Kakao Game is a customized version of Subway Surfers (by Kiloo Games), a globally popular chase game. This brand new version is customized for domestic users, allowing them to connect with their Kakao friends and engage in collaborative or competitive game settings.
The character that you start out with in “Subway Surfers for Kakao” is GwangSoo (Jake in the original version), a talented graffiti artist working on a masterpiece. Your mission is to help GwangSoo outrun the train conductor: slide under trains, fly above rail stations using a jet pack, run on top of fast trains and more.
“Subway Surfers for Kakao” is only available in Kakao Game. You can compete against Kakao friends and compare scores in the weekly leaderboard. You can also give power-ups as gifts to your friends.
With the new release, Mocoga is running a promotional event. Invite your Kakao friends to “Subway Surfers for Kakao” and get cool game items for free: three head-starts for 5 friends; five hover boards for 10; four mega head-starts for 20; unlimited one-day spray paint for 30.
SoJeong Park, the project manager at Mocoga said, “Any smartphone users can play and enjoy this mobile running game. This great adrenalin game with cute characters will keep you on the edge of your seat for hours.”
Established in 2012, Mocoga (http://www.mocoga.com) is a name for mobile game business of nTels Co., Ltd., which runs a marketing platform for mobile games and provides mobile game publishing service globally. Since its foundation, the company has been seeking technical answers on sustainable and efficient ways to introduce well-crafted mobile games to the public. Currently, DongGyu Kim, the CEO (former CEO of ZIO Interactive and Neowiz Mobile), and experts in related areas are working on this goal.
nTels (KOSDAQ: 069410, CEO: Jae-Hee Shim) provides fixed and mobile communications providers with integrated operation/business support systems (OSS/BSS) and related specialized services. Established in 2000 and listed in KOSDAQ in June, 2007, the company has commercialization technology for a next generation network and consulting capabilities for new IT services with the largest share in related domestic industries. Aiming to be a world-leading convergence service provider in terms integrated IT infrastructure, it accelerates its effort to diversify its business, generate new business, and develop core technologies. Recently, it has entered into a strategic investment relationship with SoftBank.