simulation game on iPhone
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 6 // -- Online business simulation experts Minieconomy.com -- http://www.minieconomy.com -- are proud to announce the launch of their award-winning strategy game, Informatist, for the Apple iPhone (http://iphone.informatist.net/). Currently enjoying wide-scale plaudits and endorsements from schools, colleges and businesses computer version, the new mobile game is set to continue the runaway success of the original game.
Informatist's success is down to the way the game prepares players with the skills needed to succeed in the various intricacies of today's business world, including property development, stocks and shares, the manufacturing industry and much more. By competing with each other, users of Informatist (http://informatist.net/) learn how all these components fit together in the marketplace. Thanks to the intuitive user-face and design, the game has proven to be a worthy addition to both scholastic and corporate institutions -- now that success comes to the iPhone.
"The Apple iPhone offers the ideal platform for Informatist," says Fred Xue of Minieconomy.com. "It's the future of mobile Internet and mobile gaming. As soon as we knew the rollout strategy for the new 3G iPhone, we decided to offer an iPhone-specific build of Informatist. The game uses the most realistic economic simulation engine to offer an enjoyable, in-depth yet intuitive gaming experience, bringing the game to the iPhone was the next logical step for our company."
Unlike many other games that make the transition from computer to mobile phone, Minieconomy.com promise that iPhone users will not be short-changed. The programmers at Minieconomy.com have redesigned the Navigation and Content layout, as well as simplified the Registration process for iPhone users. "We believe we are the first multiplayer online business simulation game on the iPhone platform," states Xue. "This is one of the reasons we have placed so much emphasis on configuring it for this specific platform, and one which users will benefit from immediately."
Designed by a team of professionals whose qualifications include Economics, Business Administration, Computer Science and Public Media, Informatist is already proving to be an excellent breeding ground for the next generation of businessmen and women. The introduction of an iPhone version is the next step in Minieconomy's vision to making tomorrow's business world better today.
Specializing in providing online simulated business games, Minieconomy.com enhances traditional education systems with modern learning techniques. Targeting tomorrow's businessmen and women, the company is behind online simulation game Informatist.
Further details can be found at the Minieconomy.com website (http://www.minieconomy.com/index.html)
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