Transition from beta phase to live version
Over three-million users registered already
New trailer published
HAMBURG, Germany, Sept. 22, 2011 /CNW/ - Skyrama (http://www.skyrama.com) leaves its beta phase behind: More than three-million registered users
will move onto the live version. Now the latest addition to the
Bigpoint (http://www.bigpoint.com/) casual games arsenal will include new expansions and special features.
Get a taste of things to come in Skyrama and feast your eyes on the new
official trailer at http://www.youtube.com/bigpoint!
Skyrama lets players manage their own airport, prepare airplanes and
take care of travelers. Airport managers can now look forward to
exciting new additions to their virtual airports, such as Ramacopters
and a new map that will allow them to send their planes across the
ocean to the Americas. Now users will not only be able to see which of
their friends are currently online, but they'll also be able to try out
all the new decoration items to give their airport a more personal
"We never expected to see over three-million registered users in the
start phase of Skyrama," says Tobias Reisberger, Chief Games Officer at
Bigpoint. "This clearly shows us that an online airport is just what
many casual gamers were looking for."
The live version of Skyrama can be played on the official website: http://www.skyrama.com. Fans can also get more info on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/skyrama/.
SOURCE Bigpoint GmbH
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