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Swarm (aka SwarmConnect) -- An OpenFeint Alternative

by Matt Haggerty on 11/26/12 06:07:00 pm

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Swarm (aka SwarmConnect) -- An OpenFeint Alternative

Due to the GREE OpenFeint shutdown, it's time to start evaluating OpenFeint alternatives. If you've got an Android game that needs social features, and you'd like to instantly connect to a community of millions, then we've got your back.

With Swarm you'll find all of the social features you need: Leaderboards, Achievements, Cloud Data Saves, and more in one fast, easy to integrate package.

Simply sign up, take a few minutes to setup your social features, add a few lines of code to your game, and you're all set! We strive to deliver world class support, top notch features, and unparalleled speed.

From Leaderboards to Achievements to Cloud Data Saves to Monetization, it's all here at Swarm, and it's all easier than ever to integrate. Add social features and monetization options to your Android game in minutes. Join a community of millions instantly!

Swarm starts up instantly and gets your users into the game quickly. You're in the drivers seat, and you control when, where, and how each feature is used. Take your game as far as you want from convenient pre-built screens to full customization with APIs.

Sign up and quickly configure your social features via the online admin panel. Add a few lines of code to your game to complete integration in minutes. With the OpenFeint shutdown and the holidays closing in, there's never been a better time to try Swarm!

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