Chillingo Bringing A Handful of Mega-Hit iOS Games To Android

Chillingo has been publishing some of the iPhone’s and iPad’s biggest, mega-hit applications and they’re finally looking to bring some of that good ‘ol fun to the Android Market. Chillingo Co-General Manager Chris Byatte said in a statement,

“Android’s install base is steadily rising and we are working with our talented indie developers to bring fun, entertaining titles to this expanding platform,”

With new Android devices popping up every other day, you’re darn right we’re expanding. Chillingo currently has a few Android titles in the Market like Spider Jack, Office Gamebox and plans to bring another 5 in the coming weeks. You can look forward to future Chillingo titles like My Vampire Boyfriend with more games that include:

Roll in the Hole

Contre Jour

Little Lost Chick

Parking Mania

Chillingo was recently acquired by Electronic Arts EA back in 2010 and now works inside EA Mobile. This new Android push may have a little something to do with EA’s attempts at tapping the booming mobile gaming market.

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  • Ethan Bailey

    cant wait

  • Nighthawk

    Chilingo games suck please stick with Apple.

  • ioannes120

    @Nighthawk why would you not want a more diverse market? that’s like getting mad at the Cici’s buffet line because they have a pizza there that you don’t like.

  • JoeyKhache

    “Androids install base is steadily rising”? Are u kidding? Its a mountain at the moment and going up!! Not gonna “steady” down for a while. Do these guys live under a rock?

    • ratnok

      Yes, my friend, they do live under a rock. 43% marketshare is what it took for them to take Apple’s tongue out of their rear.

      • JoeyKhache

        Was that sarcasm against me or…..? Sorry I couldn’t tell.

        • ratnok

          It wasn’t sarcasm. I was agreeing with you. Android has 43% market share vs. iPhone’s 26%. The fact that they have ignored Android for so long is simply a matter of technology bias, not smart business sense.

          • JoeyKhache

            Oh alright, thanks for quick reply!

  • koolkat2

    Apparently they do, if that’s their statement

  • Big R

    I do not want ports. These are old crappy games. Develop new games for Android.

    I would accept Dragon’s Lair as a port though

  • fredphoesh

    Look great! My favourite genre of games…

  • WhoaManWtF

    Cicis pizza is horrible, just fyi. Bad example