California-based Gamblit Games has announced the launch of its new real-money mobile gaming platform, which includes an initial ten proprietary and third-party games.

Gamblit's platform gives video and social games developers access to real money gaming capabilities. Developers can integrate a single SDK into their existing mobile games, or design original real-money games with Gamblit’s development kit.

The company has launched ten games in total, six of which were developed in-house. These include the space-themed Dreadnought, which is a take on the board game Battleships where players attempt to guess the location of an opponent's ships. It includes a 5-reel, 3-line slot mechanic, with a double-or-nothing bonus game. 

Dreadnought is joined by Lucky Words, which uses a gambling mechanic that helps players spell out words to win cash prizes, and Police Pooches, a physics-based puzzle game. 

Also going live is Raze, a turn-based strategy game where players wager on dice-outcomes, and another puzzle game, Bears. 

The final game, Pachinko Onslaught, has been developed specifically for next-generation touch tables being rolled out by casinos, and is based on the popular Pachinko arcade game in Japan.

Gamblit's proprietary titles have been rolled out alongside titles developed by its partners including word puzzle game Spinner, developed by Double Coconut Studio.

The platform also features previously-announced titles from partners including Los Angeles-based developer Gamiker, South Korea's NS Studios and Flexball. Gamblit has also partnered Shanda Games International Europe, a subsidiary of one of China's leading games studios Shanda Games.


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