Friday, Artificial Life, Inc. announced that it had signed a partnership and distribution agreement with Talkweb. Under the agreement, a selection of games for Android and Java platforms will be published and sold through an upcoming Artificial Life Brand Shop on China Mobile’s app store, Mobile Market.
Artificial Life is headquartered in Hong Kong, with offices in Japan, Germany and the United States. Artificial Life produces a number of mobile applications, from videogames to business apps. They also produce the OPUS-M platform.
China Mobile’s Mobile Market boasts 20 million users and 100 million downloads in 2010 and attributes its success to its Brand Shops which provide the applications and games the service sells. Artificial Life hopes to launch mobile apps that will allow them to gain foothold in the mobile market of Mainland China.
“We are pleased to extend our presence in China through the main app store of the world’s biggest mobile phone operator, China Mobile. We will continue to explore more distribution platforms so that our games and apps can reach even more users around the world,” said Eberhard Schoneburg, CEO of Artificial Life, Inc.