Snail Games

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Snail Game
Industry Online Game Developers
Founded 2000
Headquarters Suzhou, Jiangsu, China
Area served China
Key people Chairman: Shi Hai
Website http://www.snailgame.net/

Snail Game (Chinese: 游戏蜗牛) is a game company headquartered in Suzhou, China. Its division, Snail Games USA, is responsible for bringing Snail Game products to audiences in North America and South America. With a focus on free-to-play online games, Snail Game acts as a developer and publisher of original IP across multiple genres and distribution channels, including massively multiplayer online (MMOs), real-time strategy (RTS), and casual games. Its global registered user base has reached over 70 million accounts,[1] largely driven by its independent games portal Woniu.com. The U.S. operation anticipates the launch of its portal for Western audiences in Q2 2011, PlaySnail.com, to further drive its efforts abroad.

History[edit]

Snail Game was founded by Shi Hai in Suzhou, China, and became established as Suzhou Electronic Co., Ltd. in October 2000. The company became one of the first online game developers in China.[2] With over 1,500 employees, Snail Games has a global presence, with offices in China (Suzhou and Shanghai), Taiwan, Russia and the US, and has localized its games into more than 20 languages.

Snail Games has received numerous awards over the past decade, including the “China Cultural Games Overseas Development Award” 4 years in a row,[3] the “China Top 10 Game Provider” 3 years in a row,[4] and over 30 additional prestigious awards from government, industry, media, and player communities around the world.

Games[edit]

The Snail Game portfolio includes Voyage Century Online, 5 Street, Age of Armor, Heroes of Gaia (Castle of Heroes), Ministry of War (Terra Militaris), Throne of Fire, The Chosen, Age of Wushu, Black Gold Online and more. Snail Game has published its properties in over 80 countries and regions worldwide, including South Korea, Japan, Russia, Europe, and North/South America. Additional titles under development include 1st Virtual, Bounty Bay Live – Voyage of the Century Web, Savage Horizon and a variety of other Internet products and games.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ According to total registered users on Snail Game portal http://www.woniu.com/
  2. ^ "About Snail". About Snail. snailgame.net. Retrieved 2008. 
  3. ^ "About Snail". About Snail. snailgame.net. Retrieved 2008. 
  4. ^ "About Snail". About Snail. snailgame.net. Retrieved 2008. 

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