Booyah (company)

Booyah
Type Corporation
Foundation date San Francisco, California, USA
Headquarters San Francisco, California, United States
Area served Worldwide
Key people Brian Morrisroe, Chief Creative Officer and Co-founder
Keith Lee, CEO and Co-founder
Sam Christiansen, CTO and Co-founder
Employees 50
Website booyah.com
Type of site Social networking
Registration Recommended
Users 3.1 million[1]
Available in English
Current status Active

Booyah is a social web and mobile entertainment company. The development team draws its experience from the consumer web and social gaming space and entertainment studios such as Blizzard Entertainment, Activision, EA, and Insomniac Games. Booyah is financed by Accel Partners and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers iFund.

Booyah currently has five games, all of which are apps, in production: MyTown 2, the sequel to MyTown with similar gameplay, MyTown Animals, a location based game in which animals live, No Zombies Allowed, a town building game in which Zombies attack which have to be deafened, Early Bird, and its sequel, Early Bird and Friends. Booyah also has two other games that aren't in production: MyTown, a location-based game available on the iPhone and iPod Touch with over 3.1 million users, and Nightclub City, a music-themed Facebook app, with over 7.9 monthly active users.[2] Booyah recently announced InCrowd, an app designed to utilize Facebook Places.

References

External links

  • Booyah Home Page
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