zGames to Present Its Expanded Game Development Service Offering at GDC 2014

March 14, 2014 — Houston, TX — zGames, a multi-platform provider of efficient game development outsourcing services, will present an expanded service offering to the gaming professionals at the Game Developers Conference 2014. The event will be held by UBM Tech Game Network on March 17-21, 2014 in San Francisco, CA.

The expanded outsourced game development offering includes full cycle services — from game design and development to art, visual and sound effects — in several major domains:

  • Video Games for Consoles (PlayStation, Xbox, OUYA, SHIELD, Gamestick etc)
  • Mobile Game Development (native, cross-platform, hybrid)
  • Browser and Desktop Games for PC and Mac
  • Eye tracking, motion- and gesture-control based apps
  • Augmented Reality applications

Check out zGames Booth PL418: the team, led by CEO Chris Howard, will demonstrate to the GDC audience their capabilities, exemplified by the latest releases of Q1 2014:

  • FRIGHT FIGHT — a cross-platform online multiplayer brawler, co-developed by zGames and APPSolute Games, released recently on Apple’s iTunes and Google Play and soon to hit NVIDIA’s TegraZone and OUYA Game store
  • QIX GALAXY — a Unity3D-based puzzle/action game in a space opera setting for iOS-powered devices, built for Japan’s Taito
  • SKY RANGERS — a 2D action game on Android full of aerial adventures with bright cartoonish graphics, developed for PlayScape

Stop by our booth during the expo to discuss any contract work in the game development space we could help you with to get your game on.

About GDC 2014

The Game Developers Conference® (GDC) is the world's largest professionals-only game industry event. The GDC celebrated its 25th edition in 2011, making it also the longest-running event of its kind. Presented every spring in San Francisco, it is the essential forum for learning, inspiration, and networking for the creators of computer, console, handheld, smartphone, tablet, mobile, and online games. The GDC is produced by UBM Tech Game Network, a division of UBM plc. Learn more at