FourFourThree is an iOS game development company that was acquired by Google in 2014.
The company was founded by Jason Blum, the creator of the popular game, Fruit Ninja.
Blum is now the CEO of FourFour, a new company dedicated to building games for Android and iOS platforms.
Blumm spoke to Ars about FourFour’s approach to Android and how the new company can help the company’s developers.
Ars: Can you talk about how FourFour works?
Jason Blumenfeld: Fourfour is a little bit like a giant company.
We work together with other developers, and we collaborate with them on their games, and then we help them to bring their games to Android.
We have a lot of really talented people, and they’re working on really cool stuff.
We’ve built an entire app ecosystem around Android.
And we’re working with a lot other developers to bring apps to Android, and it’s really cool to see that happening.
I’m a big fan of Android, I’m really excited about it.
The idea of doing this kind of thing on iOS is really interesting, because the iOS ecosystem has not really been built to support games on iOS, and you’re not going to see any apps on iOS that work on Android, so it’s pretty cool to be able to bring those games to iOS.
Ars, thank you very much for talking to us.
Jason Blumeld: Yeah, thanks for having me.
That was great to have you on the show.
I really appreciate it.
Thanks for having us.