High-Schooler Sells Title Rights To Game, Re-releases App Under New Name
Zach DeStefano, high schooler and Founder of Z-Licious Games, sold the title rights to his app, Tiny Miner, to Qube 3D, in a combo cash and advertising deal. It has now been re-released as Retro Miner and is available in Apple and Google stores.
The game has now been re-released as Retro Miner and is available in the Apple and Google app stores. Retro Miner is a scrolling, ore-mining game with touch controls featuring multiple modes of play and an in-game currency system of Miner Dollars for purchasing ship upgrades including shields, turbo boosts, and mining magnets. The iOS version also features Leaderboards and Game Center achievements to compete against friends. Current users of Tiny Miner who upgrade their app to Retro Miner will keep their in-game currency, ship upgrades, high scores and unlocked achievements.
"I am surprised that Tiny Miner is still receiving so many downloads after 2 years, and I never imagined an established company like Qube 3D would be interested in buying the title rights. It has been both a technical and entrepreneurial learning experience, and I hope that Retro Miner and my future games continue this trend," said DeStefano.
Retro Miner is available as a free download in the App Store for iOS and on Google Play for Android devices and is approved for all ages. In-app purchases to quickly obtain Miner Dollars are available for prices of $0.99, $4.99, $9.99, and $19.99.
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Z-Licious Games, LLC was founded in 2013 by Zach DeStefano, a Malvern Prep high school freshman at the time, with a focus on producing games that mesh retro arcade styling with modern technology for iOS and Android mobile platforms. The company's products include 8-Bit Beatdown, a pixelated platform-based game using phone and tablet motion controls; Duality, a simple monochrome game requiring players to manipulate two objects at once; and Retro Miner (formerly Tiny Miner), a scrolling ore-mining game featuring in-app purchases where players can manage their budgets and upgrade their ships. All games are available in both the Apple and Google Play stores, having received more than 80,000 downloads from over 150 countries. Z-Licious Games, LLC is based in Exton, Pennsylvania.
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