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Gogii Games launches Archie: Riverdale Rescue on Big Fish’s PC App Store

Feb. 19, 2014, Moncton, NB,

Gogii Games announces the exclusive launch of the Windows PC version of Archie: Riverdale Rescue, now available on www.bigfishgames.com.

Archie: Riverdale Rescue is the first Gogii-developed free-to-play game launched exclusively for Big Fish’s PC consumer base.

Archie Riverdale Rescue lets players take control of the world famous Archie Comics characters to help rescue the titular town of Riverdale. Archie, Betty, Veronica, Jughead, Reggie, and all your favorite characters are here to help rebuild their hometown by completing fun quests. Players have the power to customize the iconic town as they see fit and bring the Riverdale of their dreams to life.

“Since Archie: Riverdale Rescue was first launched on iOS in July 2013, it has been a priority to get this amazing game into the hands of our loyal PC players,” said George Donovan, founder of Gogii Games. “Fans can interact with their favorite Archie characters for the first time ever in the 75 year history of the Archie brand. Now Archie will have all the help he needs Rescuing Riverdale with the help of Jughead, Betty, Veronica, and the rest of the Archie Gang.”

“Continuing our 10-year relationship with Gogii and expanding into exciting new territory, Riverdale Rescue is Gogii’s first free-to-play game and one that we are happy to offer on the Big Fish Games network, ” said Jessica Sachs, Director of Developer Relations at Big Fish Games. “Gogii has created a number of hits for Big Fish’s premium casual game catalog, and we are excited to be adding this well-known licensed game to our rapidly expanding free-to-play PC app store.”

“Gogii Games has been our partner in extending our beloved Archie Comics characters to new audiences and the PC version of Riverdale Rescue is a perfect extension of the many ways our fans engage with the Archie universe,” said Jon Goldwater, Publisher and co-CEO of Archie Comic Publications. “We’re very happy with how Archie Riverdale
Rescue gives people a unique new way to interact with these classic characters.”

About Gogii Games:
A developer and publisher of Free-to-Play and Premium Casual games, Gogii Games has been committed to creating entertaining and valuable content since 2006. Considered an industry leader in the Canadian gaming industry and champions in hidden object and adventure gaming categories, products are available in 11 languages, and released to multiple platforms including PC, iOS, Windows 8, Windows Phone, Android for Amazon and Google Play, and Mac OS.
For more information, visit www.gogiigames.com

About Big Fish Games:
Founded in 2002, Big Fish is the world’s largest producer of casual games, delivering fun to millions of people around the world through its digital distribution, mobile and e-commerce game platforms. To date, Big Fish has distributed more than 2 billion games to customers in 150 countries from a growing catalogue of 3,000+ unique PC games and 300_ unique mobile games. In 2012, the company entered the free-to-play market with top-grossing free-to-play games offered for both PCs and mobile devices, and its “Big Fish Casino” is the #1 mobile social, free-to-play casino games. The company is headquartered in Seattle, WA, with regional offices in Oakland, CA, and Luxembourg.
For more information, visit www.bigfishgames.com

About Archie Comics:
Archie Comics is the leading mass market comic book publisher in the world and the home to a wide array of the most popular humor, action-adventure and superhero characters in entertainment, including Archie, Jughead, Betty and Veronica, Reggie, Kevin Keller, Josie and the Pussycats, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Afterlife With Archie, The Fox, The New Crusaders, The Shield, Li’l Jinx and many more. Archie Comics have sold 2 billion comics worldwide and are published around the world in a number of languages. In addition to comics, Archie characters have been featured prominently in animation, television, film and music.
For more information, visit www.archiecomics.com