Creative Mobile, TinyCo and Animoca add support for subscription-based unconsole GamePop
Five game developers have announced they'll bring their games to Bluestacks' upcoming, subscription-based unconsole.
TinyCo, Animoca, Game Circus, Creative Mobile, and Nevosoft will bring their games to GamePop's all-you-can-eat library of games which is described as 'the Netflix of Android'.
Despite GamePop's announcement that it would support iOS games like Clash of Clans via its Looking Glass emulation technology earlier in 2013, the latest round of developers seem to be focused on their Android games.
Tiny goes big
Speaking for Creative Mobile, CEO Valdimir Funtikov said "We live in an all-you-can eat, free-to-play world. That goes for mobile games, Netflix, Spotify and increasingly more types of media. It feels like BlueStacks gets that, and that’s why we went with them."
While TinyCo CEO Suli Ali beamed that "Our games look great on HD TVs, and GamePop's custom controller provides an easy-to-use alternative to the normal touchscreen."
Intriguingly, though, we've yet to see anything about this custom controller, even after BlueStacks announced the GamePop Mini iteration of the unconsole.
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