iPad is Telltale Games' fastest-growing platform


Leading digital publisher Telltale Games today announced that it is greatly expanding its iOS offerings through the end of the year due to rapid revenue growth from publishing its games on Apple’s iOS devices. To date, the company has released 18 games on iOS platforms, firmly establishing itself as one of the premier developers and publishers on the iTunes App Store.


“The iPad® has been the fastest-growing revenue driver for us so far in 2011.  With more than 30 million devices sold to date and analyst projections expecting another 54 million in 2012, we expect that trend to continue in the foreseeable future.  Our expertise as a leading digital publisher for over seven years has us ideally positioned to exploit this momentum,” said Telltale co-founder and CEO, Dan Connors.  “The iPad® is a perfect format for the cinematic adventures we create, with a diverse audience full of people who love franchises like Back to the Future and Law & Order.  Our successful episodic content model gives us a significant advantage on these platforms as it enables long term relationships with our customers across multiple episodes and franchises.”


Telltale Games revealed today that it plans to release 30 new iOS titles before the end of the year. New products hitting the iTunes App Store in the coming months, include Sam & Max Beyond Time & Space, the first cases of the new Law & Order game and a soon to be announced game series.


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