Virtual Modern Warfare Evolves with CUKETA’s Age of Defenders

Indie game developer CUKETA is changing the online video gaming landscape with its latest release, Age of Defenders, a 2012 Mochis Award Finalist. The game is now a multiplatform, multiplayer tower defense game where the goal is to defend a player’s fortified towers while simultaneously going on the offensive to attack the enemy – something that is not typically seen in standard multiplayer games.

Age of Defenders was created from scratch in about a year and delivered to desktop and mobile devices via Adobe AIR. The accelerated graphics optimization and easy deployment to Android tablets and the Apple iPad allowed CUKETA to deliver a unique quality gaming experience to a wide audience. Age of Defenders grabbed the attention of more than 5,000 players in the first month, who averaged one hour of gameplay each, and has only increased in popularity over time.

Check out the full success story here and visit http://gaming.adobe.com/ for more information about creating and playing groundbreaking Flash games.

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Diana Helander

About Diana Helander

Diana Helander is currently the group product marketing manager for Gaming Solutions at Adobe, and has played a variety of games from Duke Nukem to Angry Birds to Dance Central 2. She has worked in the technology industry for more than 15 years and has held marketing positions on the Flash/AIR Runtime team, enterprise and Acrobat business groups, and represented Adobe in global standards organizations such as ISO. Diana was previously at Autodesk, is a graduate of Amherst College, and while her guitar is – admittedly – collecting dust in the closet, she still mourns the passing of Guitar Hero.

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