Army Attack to launch iPhone, iPad assault as Digital Chocolate grows

Army Attakc iPhone
Army Attakc iPhone

Planning a strategic assault on mobile, it seems, social game maker Digital Chocolate has announced that Army Attack will make its way to iPhone and iPad. The game will follow Zombie Lane, another of the Millionaire City creator's Facebook games that recently made the move to mobile. And, according to the announcement, both games with get both tablet and Android-specific releases in the future.

In addition to Zombie Lane vaguely "getting good results on Apple iOS devices," the news is joined by the fact that Digital Chocolate has hired two more executives to lead the company's Helsinki, Finland studio. Digital Chocolate has hired Nokia's Kaj "HeGe" Haggman as VP and GM, and new VP of product management Emmi Kuusikko joins the company from Habbo Hotel creator Sulake.

The company has promoted numerous employees from within, with Digital Chocolate president Marc Metis stating that it's "pleased that our strategy and progress have attracted such experienced and talented executives," according to a release. In the future, the 7.2 million player-strong studio plans to launch games in new genres and on new platforms, specifically from its St. Petersburg, Russia and in Seattle, Wash. offices.

Are you excited that Army Attack will hit mobile devices or that Zombie Lane will get an Android release? What about Digital Chocolate's approach to iPhone and places other than Facebook altogether? Sound off in the comments. Add Comment.