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Jam City Acquires ‘World War Doh’ and Assets of Brainz

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Jam City Acquires ‘World War Doh’ and Assets of Brainz

Mobile entertainment co. Jam City (Cookie Jam, Panda Pop, Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow) announced its acquisition of the assets Bogota, Colombia-based mobile game developer Brainz, including action strategy game World War Doh. Brainz’s creative team has joined Jam City and will carry on developing the title.

World War Doh was awarded Apple’s “Best of 2017″ in the Tech and Innovation category in Latin America, as well as the “Best In Show: Audience Choice” award at the 2017 Casual Connect USA conference. Jam City will launch World War Doh worldwide in late 2018. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

“This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for Jam City to acquire a highly anticipated, award-winning mobile game before its worldwide launch,” said Chris DeWolfe, co-founder and CEO of Jam City. “World War Doh is an entirely new type of game for Jam City, and we’ve been blown away by how creative, entertaining and just plain fun it is. We look forward to welcoming the incredibly talented World War Doh team to Jam City and bringing the experience to gamers worldwide later this year.”

In World War Doh, players lead the Commander and his (not entirely willing) band of allies in real-time combat while deploying troop and spell combinations into the battlefield. The game combines humorous and engaging gameplay with high production value, memorable characters and unique social features.

“We instantly hit it off with the Jam City team, which has been extremely supportive and truly shares our vision for World War Doh,” said Alejandro Gonzalez, General Manager of Brainz. “World War Doh has been a labor of love for our team and we could not be more excited for the game to become part of Jam City’s top-ranked portfolio of hit entertainment properties. This deal proves that it is possible for Latin American talent to become part of global companies like Jam City — the future is bright!”

You can pre-register for World War Doh here.

Group photo cap: Jam City co-founders Josh Yguado, Chris DeWolfe and Aber Whitcomb (left to right) (Photo: Business Wire)

Group photo cap: Jam City co-founders Josh Yguado, Chris DeWolfe and Aber Whitcomb (left to right) (Photo: Business Wire)

Jam City acquires World War Doh

Jam City acquires World War Doh

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