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The Sweet Taste of BlackBerry

Today Riptide GP splashes down on the BlackBerry World app store for BlackBerry 10.  

Last week we released Beach Buggy Blitz for BB10, and it's already become one of the most popular and highest-rated games in the BlackBerry World store.

We've been working closely with the team at BlackBerry to ensure that we squeeze every ounce of juice out of their powerful new BB10-based devices, and we're excited to be part of this new step in the BlackBerry legacy!

In addition to performance enhancements, our BlackBerry games also feature full Scoreloop integration, with support for Achievements, Leaderboards, and cloud storage.

You can find Riptide GP for BlackBerry here.

And Beach Buggy Blitz for BlackBerry here.

... and keep and eye out for Shine Runner, due in a few short weeks!

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Reader Comments (3)

I don't have a Blackberry yet, but i'm curios: are your Blackberry apps "native" or "repackaged Android apps"?

March 9, 2013 | Registered CommenterStefan

I've now downloaded Beach Buggy Blitz and Shine Runner on my BlackBerry Z10. Both games are beautiful and very VERY addictive! Keep the games coming, you've got yet another new fan here!

March 11, 2013 | Registered CommenterLee

Stefan, the BlackBerry versions of the apps have the same content as the Android and iOS apps, but the engines are build from scratch to take advantage of the BlackBerry 10 OS features and hardware. In addition to that, they offer Scoreloop integration with achievements, leaderboards, and cloud storage.

March 12, 2013 | Registered CommenterVector Unit
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