|By Business Wire||
|November 22, 2012 10:00 AM EST||
Gamerizon, a leading Canadian mobile games developer, has seen all eight games in its portfolio reach top download positions in China’s App Store mere hours after running a free promotion. On Wednesday, Chop Chop Ninja™, Chop Chop Caveman™, Chop Chop Soccer™, Chop Chop Runner™, Chop Chop Tennis™, Chop Chop Hockey™, Chop Chop Slicer™ and Chop Chop Kicker™ reached positions #56, 60, 65, 68, 70, 73, 76 and 80 respectively and at the same time on the Top Free Games chart in China.
"It's a very special achievement that truly showcases the global appeal of our Chop Chop mobile games franchise," said Alex Sakiz, CEO of Gamerizon. "China is the most dynamic mobile market in the world and the success our brand is experiencing there bodes extremely well for the upcoming worldwide launch of our newest and most ambitious game, Chop Chop Ninja World, on November 29th."
Gamerizon's eight Chop Chop games have been downloaded over 17 million times and have reached top positions in every country. A Chop Chop cartoon series co-produced by Gamerizon and Sardine Productions is also currently in development with Teletoon Canada
Gamerizon Studio Inc. is an independent game development studio located in Montreal, Canada. It specializes in crafting mobile gaming applications with unique user interface mechanics that allow intuitive yet immersive gaming. Gamerizon was ranked as the 32nd best mobile developer in 2011 by PocketGamer.Biz and is on their list of the "Top Ten to Watch for" in 2012.
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