Comments: 0Wednesday, August 15th 2007 - 10:31 CEST
Digital Chocolate, Inc., a leading publisher of high-quality, original software for mobile phones, announced the launch of DChoc Cafe Series, a revolutionary new suite of games that merges casual, well-known titles with social networking elements, designed to virally drive new users to mobile gaming. Global carrier launches for the DChoc Cafe Series are now underway for more than 100 operators. Games in the series are already available on 3, AT&T and T-Mobile. Additional operators and partners expected to launch DChoc Cafe games over the next several weeks include Alltel, Nokia (including the new N-game platform), O2, Orange, Telefonica, SFR, Sony Ericsson, Sprint, Telecom New Zealand, Telstra, Virgin Mobile and Vodafone.
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Comments: 0Monday, July 30th 2007 - 23:43 CEST
Nokia announced that California based mobile games developer Digital Chocolate has signed up to publish a variety of titles for the Nokia N-Gage platform launching this fall. Digital Chocolate is a leading developer known for its original, high-quality mobile games with intuitive features and entertaining content. "Digital Chocolate has been a driving force in promoting social interaction within the context of mobile gaming," said Gregg Sauter, Nokia's director of third party publishing. "They are also an award winning publisher dedicated to bringing innovative games to the masses.
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