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    Hi, I'm milla, the community manager for Sidhe and PikPok Games. I tried to sign up as me, but my name was taken, so I'm on board as our smartphone development brand, PikPok.

    Our two brands have, until now, been associated with Playstation, Xbox, Wii, PC, and iOS, but as of today we are officially an Android studio too :)

    We just released Flick Kick Fieldgoal in conjunction with Open Feint, and we plan to port and develop more titles. I'd like to get to know you guys, find out what you think, and try and give you want you want, so feel free to contact me. My address is milla at sidhe dot co dot nz, and any support queries about our titles can be sent to support at pikpokgames dot com. That address also comes to me, but if I'm not about someone else can pick it up, so you will never be left hanging if you mail that one.

    Anyway, I'm a kiwi, a gamer, and a real appreciator of gadgets. I don't know huge amounts about the Android platform or the hardware it runs on, but I plan to learn. I hope you will be able to educate me!

    Be happy,
    milla.
     

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  2. Kelmar

    Kelmar Done by choice VIP Member

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    Welcome to Android Forums! Glad you signed up! :D
     
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  5. hood420

    hood420 Well-Known Member

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    I think everyone is just happy to finally start getting some quality games in the market, the more the merrier. In particular I'm liking Open Feint integration on any of the games I've played with it.
     

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