Gameloft Signs On with GetJar Gold and Brings Asphalt 6 with it for Free for Android
Racing games on tablets are great, on the phone they’re not bad but I just don’t like the small screen anymore. The Asphalt series from Gameloft is a lot of fun and right now you can get it for free on GetJar Gold. Gameloft is now on GetJar offering it for free for Android users. I checked with both of my tablets and I don’t see it there yet, but it might think they’re not compatible with it. I think I’ve run across maybe five game so far that my tablets can’t play, and most of them are Gameloft games sadly. I can’t figure it out as they’re more than powerful enough to play them…
GetJar, the world’s largest free app store, today announced that Asphalt 6, the adrenaline-pumping racing game from Gameloft is now available for free on GetJar Gold. This is GetJar’s first title from Gameloft, one of the world’s premier publishers of mobile games.
Asphalt 6 lets you discover 42 different cars and bikes from Ferrari, Lamborghini, Aston Martin, Ducati and many more, and tear up the streets of Los Angeles, Tokyo, the Bahamas and other amazing locations. Drive against tough opponents in different leagues with online and local multiplayer for up to six players.
Asphalt 6 is one of more than a 100 percent free, ultra-premium app available to consumers on GetJar Gold. GetJar makes over $250 worth of apps free to consumers and gives away up to $300,000 worth of free apps each day.
“GetJar puts Asphalt 6 front and center with millions of consumers around the world, and we’re excited to finally join forces with them,” said Yann Fourneau, Sales Director at Gameloft. “They are innovating on the app store model in ways that are great for the whole ecosystem, including consumers, developers and publishers.”
“It’s great to have Gameloft in the fold and making their games available for free through Getjar,” said GetJar CEO Ilja Laurs. “We now have 95% of the world’s top developers and publishers on GetJar, and the momentum we need to continue to explore new ways to reward both Android users and the developers building great new apps for them.”