Maysalward (MRD) games on Nokia’s Store reach 1 million downloads
Amman, Jordan – December 15, 2011
Maysalward, the first Middle East and leading mobile developer & publisher of mobile games, today December 15, 2011, announced the reach of more than 1 million downloads on Nokia’s Store for their current portfolio of games. By reaching this milestone of downloads, Maysalward has joined an elite list of developers on Nokia Store.
“In March 2011, Maysalward team published its mobile games on Nokia’s Store and today after 10 months we have reached more than 1 million free & paid downloads. We are very excited to reach this level of downloads, and more excited with the fact that more than 204 countries & territories have downloaded one of our games through feature & smartphones.” said Nour Khrais Founder & CEO of Maysalward and added ” Our top Games Carrom – finger billiards -, Street Football and Balot card game are top games in markets such as India, Saudi Arabia and Turkey. We have a great local team giving each of the games a unique gameplay with a strong engine. We have new games to be added to Nokia Store soon and support of Nokia’s new handset portfolio“
“Nokia Levant has been working closely with Maysalward on developing mobile device applications. Our main priority is to help our customers lead their daily lives in a creative way through innovative mobile devices, services and applications and Maysalward has been a great partner in achieving this goal not only locally but also on a regional and global level. We would like to congratulate them for the amazing results achieved which clearly show a clear understanding of the customer needs and a high level of professionalism and we are looking forward to collaborate with them on future projects.” Stated Nadine Khoukaz, EDX Lead for Nokia Levant.
Maysalward, a Jordanian company, since 2003, has specialized in what they call Glocalization of services and games. With 8 years experience , Maysalward has been able to launch the top regional games on the mobile and online.