The lineup will start with Dream Day Wedding
, which will be available for download through Samsung Apps. Dream Day Wedding
, in which players solve puzzles and find wedding items, has reached over 60 million casual gamers through PC, console and mobile platforms, and Oberon has created a dedicated TV version exclusively for Samsung.
"Providing games to Samsung connected TV users is part of our strong 3-screen relationship with Samsung, which also covers games for mobile handsets and PCs," said Sharon Rosenman, Senior Director of ITV Business Partnerships for Oberon Media. "Oberon's Interactive TV games catalog includes hundreds of market-proven games designed for the TV screen and the remote control, and based around hit casual game brands. Samsung's HDTVs serve as an ideal platform for this content. We look forward to rolling out additional titles on Samsung's Internet@TV throughout 2010."
"Our goal at Samsung is to provide new realms of interactive, personal and connected TV viewing experiences," said Kanghyun Kwon, Vice President of Samsung's Media Solution Center. "By working together with Oberon Media, we allow consumers to immerse themselves into premium casual games through their Samsung HDTV with the touch of a button."