Glu Mobile Offers Big Time Gangsta App

Glu Mobile, a leading global publisher of 3D social mobile games for smartphone and tablet devices, has announced that its new Big Time Gangsta App for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch is now available on the App Store.

Big Time Gangsta brings the urban RPG adventure genre to mobile devices with rich 3D graphics and interactive gameplay.

It takes the player into the dark and dangerous underbelly of big city back streets. There they will experience what it means to run turf-grabbing expeditions, face a slew of shady characters, recruit their crew, and select their tools of the trade from a vast selection of deadly weapons.

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“Big Time Gangsta has brought 3D to social mobile gaming,” said Giancarlo Mori, Glu’s chief creative officer. “We are driving higher production values in all of our freemium games.  Big Time Gangsta sets the new standard with rich, atmospheric graphics, and a wide variety of missions and interactive gameplay.”

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Players will be immersed in the richly detailed 3D world of Big Time Gangsta from the beginning. The ambition to take over the city, one dangerous block at a time, and epic street battles will keep players coming back for more.

Big Time Gangsta features:

Assemble Your Crew – You can’t get to the big time without a little help. Choose from some of the most deadly and insane gangstas to back you up.

Run This Town – Take over an entire city one mission at a time. For every building, every block, every street – earn the cash you need to make it to the big time.  

Pack Serious Heat – Arm your gang with some of the most lethal weapons on the streets, from handguns and magnums to powerful machine guns.

The Big Time Gangsta App is available free from the App Store on iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch or at

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