Introducing Android HD+ Subscription

Today we’re pleased to announce a brand new deal for you and your Android HD+ handset.

Starting today you can register for the Gameloft Club using your mobile device and bag yourself one Gameloft game for just £0.99 per week (saving you 66% on the standalone price of our games!)… and as a special treat, when you register for the first time you’ll get a bonus game of your choice, meaning two games for just £0.99 😀

To activate a Gameloft Club subscription, simply visit www.gameloft.co.uk on your Android HD device and click the “Club Buy 99p” link next to the game of your choice – there is a whole range to choose from, and they’re yours to keep forever! 🙂

CONTEST TIME!

To celebrate the launch of this new subscription service for our Android HD+ games, if you register for the Gameloft club between now and midnight Monday 29th August you’ll be in with a chance of winning a brand new LG Optimus 3D (which has lots of tasty Gameloft games, in 3D!).

The winner will be selected in one months time – so make sure you stay subscribed for a month or more!

Note: The Gameloft Club for Android HD+ is only available for UK residents. Once you’ve signed up, your one game per week & the 99p payments will be recurring until cancelled.

62 Comments to

“Introducing Android HD+ Subscription”

  1. On September 6th, 2011 at 11:40 am Callum Says:

    @Theo I will have the Ts&Cs link checked. The club is 99p per week, for which you get to download one game per week (and keep the games forever).

  2. On September 6th, 2011 at 1:03 pm EA and Gameloft try new ways to make money from Android games | Android News | Game Central | Game, New and updates Says:

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  4. On September 16th, 2011 at 6:05 pm James Says:

    Gameloft NEED to answer Jason!

    “Will you get a choice each week which game you can buy for 99p or will it be one game chosen by Gameloft” ??

  5. On September 17th, 2011 at 11:39 pm EA and Gameloft try new ways to make money from Android games | Richard Hartley Says:

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  6. On September 19th, 2011 at 11:44 am Callum Says:

    @James You can choose whichever game you like, and once downloaded you can keep it forever. I.E It’s not a rental service 🙂

  7. On October 15th, 2011 at 11:53 am High-end, 3D games grow new market opportunities | WorldAndroid.com Says:

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  8. On November 24th, 2011 at 10:11 pm Hassan Says:

    How do i cancell my gameloft cluv

  9. On November 29th, 2011 at 12:39 pm Callum Says:

    @Hassan You can cancel your subscription from within the Gameloft Store on your mobile device, or alternatively contact support by emailing support@gameloft.com

  10. On December 5th, 2011 at 10:54 pm Dom Says:

    Callum, you might want to check this – on my phone at least the subscription cancellation link is a dud, making it pretty hard to cancel.

  11. On December 12th, 2011 at 1:06 pm Callum Says:

    @Dom The link to unsubscribe should be fixed now – or alternatively you can get in touch with support by emailing support@gameloft.com

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