Three Reasons to Meet Tag at Gamescom

We’re heading to GamesCom next month and looking forward to catching up with our industry friends and contacts. It’s been a huge year for Tag as we’ve released our biggest title yet with Angry Birds Action! and have more great new projects in production. Naturally, we’ve a lot to talk about and are keen to share more in Cologne this August - so please email us to book a meeting.

If you haven't had the chance to work with Tag Games yet, or you could do with a refresh on what we do, read on for a few reminders of who we are and what makes us unique.

1. Trusted Development Partner

We are one of Europe's top development partners for mobile and tablet. We’ve worked with numerous global publishers, brands and IPs and are proud of the strong relationships we’ve formed with our partners.

Working with a wide variety of projects means we continue to hone our skills, always looking for a unique angle and ways to to apply the latest mechanics and technology. That’s why we’ve been entrusted with huge IPs such as Angry BirdsDoctor Who and Downton Abbey.

2. Masters in Mobile

With over 50 titles released in our ten-year history, you can be assured that you’re in safe hands. Tag has the team, tools and technology to make just about any project work on mobile. 

We manage all types of projects from large scale mobile developments packed with the latest F2P mechanics, to porting existing IP’s from console or PC. We are confident in multiple genres thanks to our experience and our love for what we do - from casual arcade titles through to more mid-core strategy games and RPGs.

3. Experts in Free-to-Play

We’ve been established in free-to-play since the very beginning and have invested in the people and processes to make this business model work. With a team of analysts and access to our own server technology, we understand what it takes to deliver live, free-to-play games as a service. Our track record speaks for itself - we’ve delivered free-to-play titles for the likes of Rovio, Activision and 505 Games, as well as our own IP. Don’t take our word for it however, simply check out our portfolio.