Cross-platform mobile game network ScoreLoop announced today it was signing up 3 million new players per month and handling over 18 million leaderboard score submissions each.
Though the company says they've seen the strongest growth on the Android platform, four of the ten most active ScoreLoop games are also available on iOS platforms, including popular App Store titles Toobz
from Off Center Software and Frenzic
from the Iconfactory.
"Android has suddenly become an interesting platform for game developers", Off Center Software Owner Jason Haslup said in a statement. "With over 10 million downloads, Toobz
has been one of the most successful games on the Apple App Store and I'm hoping to reproduce that on Android."
The company also announced the availability of a new SDK allowing developers to cross-promote games, push news to players integrate with social networks.
The new SDK comes just a month after the company announced it was expanding its offerings to support Samsung's mobile bada platform and web-connected TVs.
ScoreLoop also supports development and social features for games on SymbianOS and Qualcomm's brew platform.
Interest in Android as a gaming platform is increasing with EA CFO Eric Brown bullish
on the market's potential and social gaming giant Zynga recently bringing its popular Texas Holdem Poker app
to the platform.