Other notable titles include Iron Man 2, the number-one game sold in the United States and Europe; Brothers(R) in Arms 2: Global Front the top ranking game for both iPhone and iPad; and the very successful launch of N.O.V.A. Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance on the iPhone 4.
"The first half of 2010 marks a new step for us on the App Store," declared Michel Guillemot, President of Gameloft. "The launch of the iPad and iPhone 4 has opened new horizons for developers and allowed us once again to transform our consumers gaming experience. 20 million paid downloads is proof that our games meet the expectations of our players and we will continue to satisfy them."
Gameloft has developed and published 100 games since the App Store was launched in July 2008, including 18 iPhone games and 29 iPad games since January 2010. 15 other titles will be added to the catalog of games already available on the App Store by year’s end. This includes NFL 2011 HD, Assassin’s Creed: Altair’s Chronicles HD, Spider-Man: Total Mayhem HD on the iPad, as well as Dungeon Hunter 2, Gangstar: Miami Vindication, Star Battalion and Modern Combat 2: Black Pegasus (also available on the iPad) on the iPhone. [September 22, 2010]
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