Pley, the cross-platform solution that makes mobile games playable on the web, today officially announced a partnership with Tilting Point to distribute its farming simulation game Homesteads: Dream Farm. Pley’s complete solution has enabled Tilting Point and game developer Enixan to port and distribute the title on Pley’s “native web” browser platform, expanding the game’s reach to a massive audience of web gamers.
Pley’s mission is to empower game developers to easily port and distribute their games cross-platform, making their titles more discoverable and virally shareable. Pley hosts games and delivers them directly to players, leveraging WebGL to tap into the power of local client computer hardware, providing identical performance and quality to the original mobile game version. There are no downloads or installs required, and players can instantly link their mobile account to the web version with the Pley Connect feature.
Homesteads: Dream Farm has achieved longstanding success with over 1 million downloads and 4.3-star ratings on both Google Play and the App Store. This immersive game allows players to own a town in the Wild West where they can cultivate crops, care for animals, trade goods, and create a thriving community. Launching Homesteads on Pley’s web distribution platform will now give players a second, and much larger screen on which to enjoy the game.
“The future of mobile gaming is not just on mobile devices; it’s on the web too. Eventually, all games should be playable on any device. We’re empowering developers to embrace a multi-platform strategy, extending the reach of their games and maximizing player engagement,” explains Pley Co-Founder and CEO Carles Tomás Marti. “Pley bridges the gap between native development and WebGL, allowing creators to expand the reach of their titles to billions of untapped potential players. Pley simplifies how they maintain their games by offering an end-to-end solution that includes porting and distribution as well as performance and analytics.”