OmniMotion invests €2m in games development

Games and digital services company OmniMotion Technology is paying out more than €2 million to develop a new range of casual and social games, which it plans to launch this year.

12th March, 2011

Games and digital services company OmniMotion Technology is paying out more than €2 million to develop a new range of casual and social games, which it plans to launch this year.

Sumo, the first product in the range, hit the market last week.

A physics-based combat and puzzle game, it is available online and can also be accessed on iPhones and iPads.

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