Incapta, Inc., formerly TBC Global News Network, Inc., through its subsidiaries, focuses on the development of rebranded games and other media business opportunities. Its subsidiaries include Stimulating Software, LLC (Stimulating Software), Inner Four, Inc. (Inner Four) and Celebrity Games, Inc. (Play Celebrity). The Company, through Stimulating Software and Inner Four, has approximately 30 active and 340 inactive mobile games and over 35,000,000 installs on mobile devices. Both Stimulating Software and Inner Four have a library of applications on iTunes and Google store. Both are free to play or commonly referred to as freemium with built in upgrades and/or advertising Play Celebrity Games applications are designed to match the Celebrity who has requested the application while Stimulating Software are game applications designed and launch. Inner Four is under development as a cloud-based television network.
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