Plarium leading social and mobile game developers have more than 150 million users, today announced the right to cooperate with Twentieth Century Fox to their privileges Alien vs. Predator (AVP) – his two iconic large cross – foreigners (1979) and Predator (1987). The partnership will be converted by the themes and experiences AVP for Plarium hit Facebook game, soldiers, company
Launched in August 2013, the military, the company has created one by Facebook “Best New Year game,” Plarium and has been one of the most popular games total of 850,000 players. Policy setting massively multiplayer online (MMO) game in 2019 Zandia fictional territory in which foreign powers, transnational corporations and underground criminal organizations are striving to find rare minerals in hunger and consuming states.
“Soldiers, Inc. Has a thrilling, a perfect mixture of fascinating game is the perfect step with the Alien vs. Predator franchise,” said Mike Doyle, vice president of interactive games Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products. “We look forward to fans in immersive game experience, combined with the team’s high-octane excitement and take it to another level of ability.”
Requiem (2007): In the two films, Aliens vs. Predator (2004) and Alien vs Predator Alien vs Predator film franchise exists. The soldiers AVP activities, the company will fully express, and from the original game, players must investigate unidentified temple before and thermonuclear explosion completely independent asset extraction experience. Features will include multitasking story arc, a series of global tasks, quests, special incentives units, can collect game items and promotion around the theme of “Alien vs. Predator” experience.
“Plarium very excited to be partnering with Twentieth Century Fox, will such an iconic social game franchise,” Leonard says Frankel, director of business development Plarium. “Imagine this exciting partnership is consistent with the overall Plarium per minute by increasing the players with us to bring the most compelling experience to our audience.”