RIM buys mobile social game developer

Research In Motion (RIM), maker of the BlackBerry, has bought the German company Scoreloop in order to develop more applications for its gaming devices.RIM said Tuesday on its blog that developers Scoreloop, which specializes in designing games for mobile phones, would help lead his team to play on the Blackberry to a new level of socialization.

The amount of the sale was not disclosed.Headquartered in Munich, Scoreloop has established an “ecosystem” of games that aims to create communities of players and generating revenues.Its products allow programmers to establish connections between games and social media through virtual currencies, banners and international advertising.

RIM competes with Apple for several months, including the very propulaire iPad is a direct competitor of the Tablet PC Playbook Canadian company based in Waterloo, Ontario.On Monday, Apple announced the launch of IMessage iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, a direct mail system heavily inspired by the Messenger program available on BlackBerry

RIM buys mobile social game developer

RIM buys mobile social game developer

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