The Rovio spin-off Hatch first introduced in November and the new company promised to bring to the world a free streaming game service for Android devices in early 2017. Until now there are more than 90 game titles signed on to be part of the new service.
Some newly named release games for Hatch include the popular title such as Alto’s Adventure, Dungeon Rushers, Mini Metro and Evoland. Other titles like Delicious, Fabulous and Heart’s Medicine will also be a part of Hatch in a short time. Until now, Hatch was received the support from over 50 game publishers and developers and this number continues to rise up. The company is attending the Casual Connect Europe in Berlin, Germany from today to February 9th to help new developers, and some of their games to be included with the Hatch launch.
Before that, Hatch said that the service would let everybody play its titles for free, without any update or in-app purchases. Both the service and developers, who provide games for Hatch, will receive the money through “integrated, unobtrusive advertising and brand storytelling.” Free players are not able to use unnamed features if they subscribe a paid option.
The company also added that the service would allow players to compete, or help each other in online gaming matches, which are designed to be only single-player. Those titles will be updated as possibly as so that players can get online assistance from other people if they need. The service will use cloud servers provided by Huawei Technologies.
Hatch is supposed to be only in beta progress in the first half of 2017, but there is no information on when the final version of the service will be released to the public. The service is good, but in the reality, streaming games is a harder than video files. We will need to wait if their technology will be suitable with their publicity.