Indiagames has tied up with Sify for launching two Massively Multiplayer Online Games (MMOGs) – Raikon and Gunbound – on their games on demand (GoD) service, reports Indiantelevision. Earlier in February, Sify and Indiagames as released the MMOG ‘A3’ on the GoD network. There’s nothing in the story on how that’s fared. Vishal Gondal, CEO of Indiagames, says that the company is in talks with other MMOG publishers for releasing more games on on the GoD network.
I just checked the site, and apparently, there are two other MMOGs that Indiagames has launched: War Rock, in partnership with K2 Networks and Alien Arena in partnership with COR Entertainment. GoD is a subscription based service that allows broadband home and cybercafe subscribers access to over 300 games, and gets Indiagames a captive audience. For this, they’ve tied up with BSNL, MTNL (Mumbai), Airtel, Tata-VSNL and You Telecom – though readers should bear in mind that the service isn’t available in every city – MTNL Delhi still doesn’t offer GoD.