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More than 120 mobile games available across the US, Europe, South Africa, Australia, and Asia on platforms including J2ME, BREW, Flash Lite, and BREW Lite.

Jump’s roster of games spans across an impressive range of global names. It has acquired licenses in association with names like 2ThumbZ Entertainment to develop and market games based on action-hero Jean Claude Van Damme and popular BMX Stunt Teams. Jump has also developed mobile games based on globally-renowned Virgin Comic’s debut Shakti series revolving around Indian mythology. These games are based on graphic novels penned by the likes of veteran director Shekhar Kapur and spiritual guru Deepak Chopra.

Keeping up its vision to create quality games on exclusive licenses, Jump has also associated with the entertainment giant Honest Entertainment to create Mobile games based on none other than the ‘King of Cool’ Fido Dido. Jump is also India’s first gaming company to launch the pay-per-play model—Jump Arcade—in Europe in association with Gamefederation.

Jump has also created an array of 3D games that include licensed games like BMX Xtreme 3D, Devi, Fido Bowling as well as original IP The Lost Astra that won the Original Indian Content Award at FICCI FRAMES 2007.

On the home front, apart from creating and distributing premium content based on international licenses, Jump has signed up exclusive deals with top bollywood celebrities like Bipasha Basu, Malaika Arora Khan, Sameera Reddy, R. Madhavan, singer/ composer Bappi Lahiri, and Shaan, as well as sports stars like Baichung Bhutia for development of mobile games based on them.

Currently, Jump Games is on its way to make its presence felt globally by creating and publishing games based on exclusive licenses as well as exploring markets globally.

 
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