About & Contact

MSB Games Corp  develops and publishes branded strategy games & puzzles optimized for mobile devices & tablets and distributed worldwide via Mobile Carriers, OEMs and Portals.

Formed in 2013 and incorporated in January 2014, MSB Games has released 8 initial titles ( branded versions of Tic-Tac BREW, Tic-Tac CAFE , Tic-Tac TOONS, Tic-Tac BIKINI & more available now for tablets on Amazon & Google Play) with 4 more titles in development, including our flagship economic strategy game MeterSteiner BeerGAME (think “sim city meets craft beer”).

MSB Games Corporation
August, 2013 – organized
January 2014 – Wyoming C Corporation formed
December, 2014 – 6 titles developed and released
January 2015 – Game Servers moved to Enterprise-Class Data Center

For Distributor, Carrier, Retailer &  On-Premise Inquiries, please contact with the form below.


Greg Wible – Founder, Managing Director, CEO, acting CTO
Greg has 24+ years of successful business development experience in global and local markets. Wible is Managing Director, Founder, & acting CTO of MSB Games Corp. In 1996, he founded MeterNet Corporation, a software developer, integrator and marketer. In 1997, Wible managed the successful launch of MeterSteiner Beer Manager DOS Game Software in the North America Market that shipped over 500,000 desktop copies. In 1983 he founded North America ECR Limited, a trading and marketer specializing in technical components and precision manufacturing. In 1986 he founded ECR Japan Inc, an aftermarket importer and distributor based in Yokohama, Japan. Additional international experience includes Export Sales Administrator for Toyota Motor Sales USA and Market Consultant for Toyota Tsusho Group. In 2012, Wible founded SoCal Event Network (SCN), a California-based live event developer and promoter, and currently Senior Advisor for SCN. Greg earned his BBA in Marketing from The College of Business, University of Cincinnati.

Paul T. Robinson – CFO
Paul has strong background in navigating organizations through rapid change and high growth patterns. He has over 25 years of executive management skills acquired as Chief Financial Officer and Investment Banker at private and public companies in renewable energy, oil and gas, software and technology sectors, from mid-sized to startups and early-stage companies. In his career as Managing Partner of WestOaks Capital Group, an investment banking boutique, Mr. Robinson completed transactions in excess of $800 million. Clients included several large banks (Bankers Trust of New York, Sumitomo Trust & Bank), and venture capital groups (Summit Partners). His expertise includes analyzing a company?s financial health, improving cash flow, enhancing shareholder value, corporate finance, and corporate positioning for merger and acquisitions. He has been noted in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Los Angeles Times and Pacific Coast Business Journal. He also Co-authored the „Future of BioFuels? found in the American Bar Association News publication. Prior to his entry into the business world, Mr. Robinson taught Finance, Economics and Social Science as a Lecturer at the University of La Verne, California, and several others in the California Community College System. Paul holds an MA Economics /LSE; MBA program /USC; BA /CSUN.


Sigmund Hartmann:
Mr. Hartmann has over 50 years experience in the computer and computer related industries. He has been responsible for managing and improving the performance of companies leading to accelerated growth. Executive positions have included President of Software at Commodore International, LTD, a billion dollar company (known for the Commodore 64), Executive Vice-President at Atari Corporation, Vice-President and General Manager at TRW, Inc., and other managerial positions at mid-sized to large corporations. Mr. Hartmann has served as Chairman of Universal Microtechnology, a professional consultation firm to computer hardware, software, and Internet companies. He also has sat on several boards of private and publicly held corporations. Mr. Hartmann earned a Masters Degree in Mathematics from Liege University, Belgium, completed the Executive Management Program at UCLA, and lectured at universities and colleges on the subject of computer science and technology.

Mik Lezan:
Mik Lezan brings a wealth of experience to MeterSteiner Advisory Board in game design and advanced development for video, desktop and mobile platforms. He has a number of animation and special effect design credits developing successful game hits including Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers, Silver Surfer, Casper, Independance Day, Contact, Barbie and the Disney Toy Story series, among others. Mik’s earlier music career, as Arabian Prince (AP), reflects the innovation of the early West Coast hip-hop scene. His journey led from the legendary electro-rap dance jam days with Egyptian Lover and the World Class Wreckin Cru to being a co-founding member of NWA; often credited as the most important group in the history of rap music and recently inducted in the Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame.

Siddhartha Singh
In June 2015, MSB Games expanded its Advisory Board with the addition of Mr. Siddhartha Singh, who will help guide MSB’s Asia-based Strategy Game Development Team. Mr. Singh’s deep technical experience includes past CTO of CastleVille, ZYNGA-India, in charge of the 18,000,000 daily online players of the worldwide popular social game. Additional architect, full-stack development and management positions over his seventeen year career include cVent, Thomson Reuters, Amdocs, Deutsche Bank and more. Publications include “Programming in GO” on InformIT and numerous book reviews as Technical Editor for Pearson. Siddhartha is based in India and earned his Master of Computer Applications (MCA), Computer Science from Banaras Hindu University in Varanasi, India.


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