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Mindgrub Technologies launches Mindgrub Games, website showcasing its smart phone games

In August, CEO of Mindgrub Technologies Todd Marks formed the mobile product and web development agency’s mobile gaming division. “I keep my focus on paradigm shifts,” the 36-year-old Marks told Technically Baltimore in September. “I did the math and thought mobile games is going to be pretty hot.” Now Mindgrub’s mobile games and its mobile […]

In August, CEO of Mindgrub Technologies Todd Marks formed the mobile product and web development agency’s mobile gaming division.
“I keep my focus on paradigm shifts,” the 36-year-old Marks told Technically Baltimore in September. “I did the math and thought mobile games is going to be pretty hot.”
Now Mindgrub’s mobile games and its mobile gaming division are showcased on a new website, launched by the Catonsville-based company last week.

Since the August launch, Mindgrub has released several smart phone games: Rescue Jump, Scuba Adventures and TAG, a mobile “assassination game.”
According to a press release, “Mindgrub has a handful of new games in the works as 2013 is shaping up to a busy year for the games division.” Its newest game, Escape from Detention, is a collaboration with students at the Howard County Library’s HiTech STEM Digital Media Lab, who helped with the game’s design and development. Escape from Detention will be available sometime in December, according to the release.
In January, Marks will be speaking at the Mobile Gaming USA East Conference in New York City, along with such other companies as Zynga and SEGA.

Companies: Mindgrub

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