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Posté le: Mar 9 Jan - 18:30 (2018) Sujet du message: WeChat's Newest viral game Seems eerily familiar
Before the new year, Chinese Social Networking giant Tencent published A new attribute in WeChat, its exceptionally popular messenger, enabling users to play games within the program without downloading them. It is a part of Tencent's attempt to turn WeChat to a cellular Swiss Army knife which will lower the demand for consumers to download a different program in the first location.
On Dec. 29, Tencent introduced a listing of 17 names (join in Oriental) as a portion of their very first batch of "miniature games" Which translates roughly to "jump and Jump." It has all of the attributes of a addictive smartphone sport--users simply push down on the display to maneuver a hopping black figure from 1 stage to the next, collecting one point for each successful jump. High scores may be shared with buddies on WeChat, needless to say.
In that match, players press back on the smartphone's display to reverse a milk bottle from 1 block to another.
In response to General questions about the matches from Quartz, agents for WeChat Delivered over a pair of Q&As drafted with its mini-game team. One of WeChat's own queries inquired: "WeChat's miniature game looks like a foreign Match, has Tencent obtained licensing approval? Is this WeChat Replicating?"