Chillingo launches new indie games initiative

Thursday, 7th February 2013 00:08 GMT By Brenna Hillier

Chillingo, the EA-owned mobile publisher which first brought Angry Birds to light, has launched a new initiative called 100% Indie. A web portal offers indie mobile developers a range of support tools and resources, but also a chance to hook up with Samsung. The hardware manufacturer is gaining huge ground in the smartphone market, and wants games developers on board; it’s offering up to six months of 100% revenue followed by competitive revenue share rates for any titles accepted into the program in the first six months.

Thanks, GamePolitics.



  1. grrbl4h

    Does this mean we’ll see some other family friendly game plastered all over everything in the near future? Cuz I’m all about variety.

    #1 2 years ago

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