Android and PC momentum continues with WildTangent games on Toshiba tablets, Sprint ID phones, VAIO PCs and an integrated service with EA’s Pogo.
FATE: The Cursed King is launched, along with our Social Games channel and Polar Bowler Strike! Our new mobile games service is launched on Android with T-Mobile and Sony tablets. Janine Turner helps demonstrate the Android service and WildTangent Games is awarded the PTPA Seal of Approval.
WildTangent launches BrandBoost advertising platform and new online game service.
WildTangent partners with Mochi Media. Adds more games including World of Warcraft, FATE: The Traitor Soul, World of Goo and Disney’s Club Penguin. Awarded Media and Digital Currency Patent.
WildTangent introduces Orb, the first game console for the PC. FATE: Undiscovered Realms is released. International offices are opened in the UK and Singapore. Mike Peronto is promoted to CEO from President.
Dora and Sponge Bob join WildTangent with the addition of Nickelodeon games. Ace the Penguin makes his debut with the release of Penguins! And WildTangent introduces Game Rental Service and WildCoins.
Our polar bear goes tropical and new adventures beging with the launch of FATE. Cheesehead discovered in the game. Also, we kick off with PopCap Games, starting with Bejeweled 2 Deluxe.
What does a helicopter, a loveable polar bear, race cars, and patterns of bricks have in common? They’re all part of new games released by WildTangent: Blackhawk Striker 2, Polar Bowler, Blasterball 2 Remix, Blaster Ball 2 Revolution, Polar Golfer, Final Drive: Nitro, Blasterball 2: Holidays.
Partners with Nike for 3D soccer game and Fox Sports for baseball game.
Sony Digital Entertainment Licenses WildTangent Technology.
3D game development engine introduced.
WildTangent is founded.
In the beginning, the earth cooled. Dinosaurs roamed the land. A gigantic asteroid was on a collision path with the earth. Bruce Willis saved the day.