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Free Lunch Design Signs With Silver Visibility(October 19, 2013)
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 19, 2013
Founded in 1998 by Johan Peitz, Free Lunch Design boasts the creation of the smash hit, Internet phenomenon Icy Tower game. In 2007, Free Lunch Design was acquired by Muskender Interactive and developed games for external clients such as Disney, Marvel and Paramount.
In 2012, the company was renamed Free Lunch Design to stay true to their mission statement and return to their game-making roots.
"We're very excited to have the opportunity to work closely with Free Lunch Design to bring these breathtaking games to the widest possible audience. We love the games, and our goal is to continue bringing them mainstream," says Silver Visibility Founder and CMO Trent Silver.
About Free Lunch Design
Located in Gothenburg, Sweden's second largest city, Free Lunch Design employs a creative team that produces world class games for multiple platforms. The Free Lunch Design team has produced over seventy games for PC/Mac and iOS/Android to date, some of which have been downloaded millions of times. Free Lunch Design looks to keep innovating and developing world-class games across multiple platforms and genres.
About Silver Visibility
Founded by Trent Silver. Trent is the world's first and only Robin Hood of Hollywood, famous for generating international press surrounding his offers to A-List celebrities and politicians in order to raise money for charity and to raise marketing awareness for himself, his clients and his products. Most know Trent from his highly publicized offers to help Lindsay Lohan, Charlie Sheen and Anthony Weiner. As a modern-day Robin Hood, Trent borrows publicity from celebrities, allows clients to make a profit, and gives to the people who really need the money through charities. Trent has been featured in TMZ, Forbes, The Huffington Post, ABC Television Network, ESSENCE, and over 100 other top tier media outlets.
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