Monster Dash from Halfbrick launches on Beamable

Popular catalog of games including Fruit Ninja, Jetpack Joyride, Dan The Man, and others to follow

March 30, 2022 (Boston,  MA) — Halfbrick Studios, the Australian video game developer responsible for hit titles like Fruit Ninja and Jetpack Joyride is migrating their popular game titles to the integrated full-stack LiveOps game platform Beamable. 

Beamable provides a Live Services platform to implement social, commerce, content, and multiplayer features, utilize C# scripting and a native Mongo cloud datastore to write game server functionality, and orchestrate it all with a web-based LiveOps portal. 

“We were looking for a partner that could help us provide new LiveOps tools to our team, a game backend that could take our games to the next phase of growth, and eliminate the technical debt in our existing platform. Beamable has demonstrated a deep commitment to building a set of next-generation tools with an integrated LiveOps workflow that will get us there,” explained Shainiel Deo, CEO of Halfbrick. 

Jon Radoff, CEO of Beamable shared his excitement about the partnership saying, “Halfbrick is on the cutting edge of LiveOps. They have a big vision for how to build, operate, and scale their games in the future and we are excited to be a part of that.”

With Beamable, Halfbrick can enhance the implementation of live events, streamline content authoring via web interfaces, improve in-game and cross-game messaging, achieve better segmentation of player data, and add all-new player experiences like competitive leaderboards, groups, gifting, and social cooperation. 

Monster Dash is the first game to launch on the Beamable platform. Other titles are in migration now and will launch through 2022 and 2023. 

To learn more about Beamable https://beamable.com. To see Halfbrick’s portfolio of games, check them out at https://www.halfbrick.com/  

About Beamable

Beamable fights for the game makers of the world by enabling them to build faster and operate worry-free. The company’s full-stack liveops platform for live games is tightly integrated with the Unity 3D engine, enabling game developers to focus on the creativity and differentiation of their products. Beamable is based in the Boston area and led by a team of game-industry and software-as-a-service veterans and backed by investors including Companyon Ventures and GrandBanks Capital. For more information visit, https://beamable.com.