GameSalad aims to entice developers to make games for Samsung’s new Tizen OS

GameSalad aims to entice developers to make games for Samsung’s new Tizen OS

Samsung’s Tizen isn’t officially out yet, but that’s not stopping Samsung and Intel from enlisting the help of GameSalad to boost the number of games in its app store.

GameSalad, the company responsible for visual game-creation tools, is running an incentive program to encourage developers to release apps on the new OS. Over 700,000 developers use the GameSalad platform, and now the company wants to point the best of them toward Samsung and Intel.

The incentive program has a $500,000 fund that will award developers that release Tizen games. Studios that participate in the program will also get three free months of GameSalad Pro, which includes advanced development features and publishing options for Windows 8 and Android. A Pro license typically costs $300 annually.

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2013-12-23T12:10:28+00:00