Blockchain Based PC Platform Robot Cache Announces 22 Publishers and Over 700 Games Coming

Dec 12, 2018
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Robot Cache, the blockchain based PC distribution platform due to become available next year, has announced a new wave of publishers who have agreed to bring their games over. These are 1C Publishing, Bigben Interactive, Ci Games S.A., DANKIE, Devolver Digital Inc., Headup, Hyperkinetic Studios, IMGN.PRO, Libredia, Playdius Games/Plug In Digital, Revival Productions and Running with Scissors, which are set to join the previously announced 505 Games, Anuman Interactive SA, Entrada Interactive, Forthright Entertainment, inXile Entertainment, Maximum Games, Microids, Modus Games, Paradox Interactive, THQ Nordic, and Versus Evil.

Lee Jacobson, CEO at Robot Cache, said in a statement:

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These creators are bringing more than 700 great games to the platform at launch next year. Their support means that we will be able to give gamers the largest launch library in the history of video games with even more to be announced soon. And today any developer or publisher from around the world can submit games for approval with an easy to use self-service portal.

Whether you are a single person indie or a massive publisher, we have created the Partner Portal to provide you with a simple step-by-step process to participate in the Robot Cache platform. We are committed to building a healthy ecosystem where developers and publishers earn maximum profits by changing the economics and addressing long-standing pain points. Our goal is to create a better experience for game creators, from making it easier to garner promotional support to ensuring stellar account management to more control over pricing and sales.

Another big selling point of Robot Cache will be the greater sales proceeds available to developers and publishers, up to 95% of the total according to Robot Cache. And users will be able to resell their digital PC games, too.

It’s a promising endeavor and one we’ll keep a close eye on as it nears its debut in 2019.

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