Agawi opens up Windows 8 cloud gaming app to developers

Looking for 'social mid-core' studios

Agawi opens up Windows 8 cloud gaming app to developers
Following the announcement of Agawi's cloud-based partnership with Microsoft, the streaming specialist is now seeking 'social mid-core' and browser-based MMO developers to partner with for the launch of Windows 8.

Agawi's Windows 8 app is due to go livewhen the OS launches on 26 October, and the company is hunting for developer partners to feature on its front page once Windows 8 hits the market.

To this end, it has launched the Agawi Game Partner Gold Program for Windows 8, which will see the company partner with a 'select few' developers, placing their games front and centre in the Agawi app.

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Agawi's alliance with Microsoft will see the cloud gaming company making use of Windows Azure to enable developers to launch titles on Microsoft's PC and tablet OS – without having to endure any porting headaches.

The firm notes that the launch of Windows 8 is an opportunity for developers to gain access to a less crowded marketplace with a large userbase, and a chance for developers to enter the tablet gaming market.

"After teaming up with Microsoft and leveraging Windows Azure for cloud gaming, we're excited to bring developers to the Windows 8 platform with the AGP Gold program," explained Agawi co-founder Peter Relan.

"It's a great opportunity for web-based mid-core and MMO game developers to make the leap over to mobile and tablet-based gaming."
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