Miniclip eclipses 100 million downloads for mobile games lineup

Neuchatel Switzerland, August 21st, 2012

No. 1 Online Games Site Also a Leader in Mobile Games

Miniclip, the world’s No. 1 online games site and successful mobile publisher, today announced that it has surpassed 100 million downloads across the company’s mobile titles. With its new cross-platform initiative, Miniclip has become the first company to have simultaneously launched new games across online, iPhone and Android. Popular games in its expansive library include Extreme Skater, Hambo and Monster Island.

Miniclip’s recently re-launched website now allows users to instantly play mobile games online, share it with their friends and download it to their iPhone, Android or Windows Phone. For those players that enjoy competing with big groups, Miniclip is implementing its new multiplayer server technology to run game tournaments in real time online and on mobile.

"This milestone clearly demonstrates that Miniclip’s online players want to extend their gaming experience to their mobile devices," said Sergio Varanda, Director of Mobile for Miniclip. "By utilizing our proprietary X-Port Genie technology we’ve been able to substantially grow our mobile library by simultaneously launching new games across multiple mobile and online platforms allowing Miniclip players to play any time, anywhere."



About Miniclip

Miniclip is the online and mobile games company that attracts more than 70 million unique game players every month and is the Internet's largest online games website. The company develops, publishes and distributes more than 800 online and mobile games. Players from all over the world spend on average 45 minutes playing games on the website per each visit. Founded in 2001, Miniclip is privately owned and privately funded with its headquarters in Switzerland and offices in six countries. Miniclip is the only company to ever win the prestigious Webby People's Voice Award, the "Oscars of the Internet" for the Internet's Best Game Site for three consecutive years. For more information, visit