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Traded asKRX: 078340
IndustryVideo game industry
  • Jiyoung Park
  • Youngil Lee
  • Yu Jin Hyeon
WebsiteOfficial website

cc Com2uS (Hangul:컴투스) is a South Korean mobile and online game development/publishing company established in 1998. Com2uS develops games for Android, iOS, and other platforms. The company's corporate offices are located in the United States, Korea, Japan, and China.

In 2007, Com2uS was listed on KOSDAQ.[1] On October 4, 2013, Gamevil acquired a majority stake in Com2uS for a little over $65 million.[2]


Com2uS Corporation was founded in 1998 by Korea University students Jiyoung Park, Youngil Lee, and Yu Jin (Gin) Hyeon, who developed games for mobile devices.

In 2000, the company introduced Java game services for mobile handsets for the first time worldwide at the Java One conference.[citation needed]

In 2006, Com2uS introduced IMO: The World of Magic, a real time MMORPG for mobile phones.[citation needed] In 2008, Com2uS began game services on iOS by publishing Chronicles of Inotia for iPhone and iPod Touch.[citation needed] On June 3, 2008, Com2uS was awarded the trademark for the term "Tower Defense", filed on June 13, 2007, with serial number 3442002.[citation needed] On September 10, 2008, the mobile game division of Disney (Disney Interactive) made a deal with Com2uS in which the latter would develop games for the former to publish and distribute in the United States. Disney Puzzle Family was the first game developed under the agreement, which was released later that month. The next title with Disney Interactive, Disney Game Parade, was released the following year.[3]

In 2010, Com2uS began an online golf game (Golf Star) service in Europe and Korea.[citation needed] On April 2011, Slice It! recorded 10 million downloads on iOS and Android.[citation needed]

On October 4, 2013, Gamevil acquired 21.37% of Com2us for $65 million.[2]



  1. ^ "Com2uS Corporate :: Company | iPhone Games, iPod Touch Games, iPad Games, Android Games". Retrieved 2013-10-04.
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  3. ^ Kapko, Matt (2008-09-10). "@ CTIA: mDisney: Development Deal With Korean Game Company Com2uS; Fall Games Lineup". The Washington Post. Retrieved 2011-06-27.

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