99games

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99 games is a casual game developer based in Udupi, India. They are best known as the developer of Create a Mall and a word game Wordsworth. [1] for the iPhone. 99Games develops its own original games but also licenses the PC games, and introduces them to iPhone.

Games developed

  • Wordsworth
  • Jim and Frank : Blood River Mysteries [2]
  • Chess Elite[3]
  • Chess Lite
  • Aqua Jigsaw[4]
  • Create a Mall[5]
  • Mystic Emporium[6]
  • Chess Pro
  • Fish Fun[7]
  • Christmas Sudoku[8]
  • Jigsaw Wild[9]
  • Cupid Strikes[10]
  • Wordulous[11]
  • Prison Mayhem [12]
  • Winemaker Extraordinaire [13]
  • Empire Builder: Ancient Egypt [14]
  • Christmas Sudoku [15]
  • Dhoom:3 [16][17]

Sources