Costa Mesa, California – JABB Interactive, an up and coming indie game developer, is to exhibit within Apps World North America’s indie game zone Z5 at the San Francisco show from February 5-6, in a unique opportunity offered by the show’s organizers who are supporting start-ups with complimentary exhibition space designed to encourage innovation and new businesses.
JABB will be exhibiting in the indie gaming start-up zone at the where they will be showcasing their new iOS game BASKETWARS – WORLD AT WAR. BasketWars is an action-packed basketball game based on the famous battles of World War II. With over 60 masterfully designed levels, and 6 insane Bosses, BasketWars is a true test of strength and skill. Play alone or challenge your friends to a battle of epic proportion. Do you have what it takes to win the war? Hoo-rah!
Jeremy Born, founder of JABB, said: “This is a great opportunity for us to show off our work to some of the industry’s biggest names and we are thrilled to be part of Apps World North America.”
Ian Johnson, founder of Apps World, said: “Apps World North America is a key event for anyone in the apps and mobile industry but it is also a change to support and promote the exciting new talent that is coming through the industry too, especially as they will evolve into the market leaders of tomorrow. We are pleased to be able to support the start-ups with dedicated areas at the show and wish them every success at the event.”
Apps World North America, which runs from February 5-6 in San Francisco at the Moscone Center, will include more than 300 speakers, including key note speaker Apple Co-founder Steve Wozniak, attracting more than 8,000 attendees.
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