Jump Games wins two Ficci BAF awardsMarch 31st, 2008 - 5:55 pm ICT by admin
Mumbai, March 31 (IANS) Video games Hanuman Returns and Tiger of Mysore by Jump Games, a part of Reliance BIG Entertainment, have won two prizes at the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry’s (Ficci) Best Animated Frames (BAF) 2008 awards. The two games won in the outstanding Indian content on mobile and online categories of the Ficci BAF 2008 awards announced March 27 during the Ficci-FRAMES convention on the entertainment business.
Salil Bhargava, CEO of Jump Games, said: “Jump has always believed in the quality and exclusivity of the content we create and the awards have come as a token of the fact that Jump has been working consistently to raise the bar.”
The award winning Hanuman Returns is loosely based on the animation movie “The Return of Hanuman” and follows the monkey lord’s adventurous journey that led him to achieve victory over evil forces.
Fast paced Hanuman Returns takes the player on an exotic journey across jungles and outer space. The online game of Tiger of Mysore takes the player into history where the mission is to safeguard the last standing fortress in Mysore. The game captures the adventure and thrill of an ancient Indian battlefield.
Jump Games is a publisher and developer of mobile games that are distributed across the US, Europe, South Africa, the Middle East and Asia.
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