Today, we are pleased to share with our community that Vizor Games has joined the Micronaut Foundation™ as a Bronze-Level Corporate Sponsor!
Vizor Interactive is a leading international developer of multiplayer games for browser, social networks, and mobile platforms. The company is based in Eastern Europe with offices in several countries in the region.
Just 3 months after the release of Vizor’s first social game, Zombie Island, the project was already trending as one of the top 5 gaming applications on VK, Russia’s online social media and social networking service. Today, Zombie Island is played by millions of people worldwide!
Vizor followed Zombie Island with Klondike, which reached a million installs in less than two months and was named one of the 10 best new games on Facebook in 2014.
The company’s next big gaming hit was Knights and Brides, which broadened and helped to define the potential of social gaming. The game allows players to choose their own gameplay models, and interactions with other players affect the course of events. The project defined itself as the first truly social game and won Facebook’s best web game award in 2015.
This year, the company introduced its first online game for PC, a multiplayer PVP action adventure called Blood of Heroes.
Vizor found the Micronaut framework’s features appealing and chose to experiment with it in 2019, when the Framework was still in its infancy. Three years later, Vizor continues to rely on the Micronaut framework for its internal tools.
We are proud to have Vizor Games as a member of our community of users. On behalf of the Micronaut Foundation, we thank the folks over at Vizor Games for their generous donation in support of the Micronaut framework.
The Micronaut Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that supports the Micronaut framework. The Foundation not only builds and supports an ecosystem of documentation, functionality, and services, it promotes and evangelizes the Micronaut framework as a leading technology in the JVM space. The generous support of our Corporate Sponsors allows the Foundation to continually advance the Framework as a free and open public-use software development framework for a growing global community.