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We’ve been teaming up with Intel to become official Intel Software Partner. We’re working on porting games to new and unreleased devices and look forward bringing our portfolio of games to these new devices. Stay tuned for more.
We’re quite proud to announce that we’ve won the BlackBerry Dev Alpha Award with our game RC Mini Racers. The game gets the label “Build for BlackBerry” and special exposure on conferences where BlackBerry demos the game. Decane worked closely with BlackBerry and Unity on the upcoming Unity BlackBerry plugin and was launch partner with ... Read More
Decane is proud to announce the partnership with Liquid Tree Records. Decane will provide to LTRs Roster the opportunity to be featured in their games. With this step our artist will be able to approach their target audience thru a non standard channel giving the gamers and fans the opportunity to buy their music directly ... Read More
We proudly announce that we have just released 7 games for the brand new BlackBerry Z10 device on BlackBerry World. “We’ve been working closely with Blackberry and Unity together to convert 7 great games for the Z10” says Decane founder Martin Schultz. Please find our portfolio of games here.
We’re love to share the first screenshots of our upcoming racing game “Far Out Racing”. The game is to be released this spring for the Mac App Store, followed then by other platforms. Far Out Racing is a free 2 play game about racing in beautiful sceneries, building tracks with the included track editor, selling those ... Read More
The Casual Connect organization just published the video of the session “Keys for Mobile Game Marketing Success” where Decane’s founder Martin took part in the panel discussion with Kerosene Games and Wooga. The panel was by Pepe Agell from Chartboost. See the video right here.
Another great Casual Connect conference this year. Great lectures, great people and Decane’s founder has been honored to be on stage in a panel discussion led by Pepe Agell from Chartboost along with Brett Seyler from Kerosene Games and Sebastian Kriese from Wooga. Around 350 people joined our discussion and ultimately, we had lots of ... Read More
Decane is attending the Casual Connect conference in Hamburg from february 12-14, 2013. Decane’s founder Martin Schultz is also speaker in a panel discussion about “Keys for Mobile Game Marketing” with Charboost, Wooga and Kerosene. If you would like to set up a meeting, please get in touch with us.
“We’re very proud that RC Mini Racers hit #1 also on the Linux platform in the Ubuntu Store after it was #1 in the Mac App Store” said Decane founder and CEO Martin Schultz regarding the latest download reports from the Ubuntu Developer website. “RC Mini Racers was already #2 most paid game in november ... Read More
Decane released a new mobile game called Zombies eat my Christmas Tree. The game is a Zombie smasher game where you use your finger to smash zombies on the screen trying to attack your christmas tree. The game is available on Android and iOS and is a free download. Please see our product pages and ... Read More