Comments: 0Thursday, April 3rd 2008 - 16:08 CEST
EA Mobile, a division of EA’s Casual Entertainment Label, announced that many of its most popular games are now available for smartphones, including BlackBerry smartphones, Symbian and Windows Mobile phones. EA Mobile will distribute a growing slate of smartphone games, including hit titles like Tetris and Bejeweled. EA Mobile will be demonstrating games at the Symbian booth during CTIA 2008 Fair.
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Comments: 0Sunday, March 2nd 2008 - 11:01 CET
EA Mobile, a division of EA’s Casual Entertainment Label, announced the availability of Tetris Blockout, an innovative new addition to the popular Tetris franchise. According to Nielsen Mobile, Tetris was the most downloaded mobile game in 2007, and Tetris Blockout will continue the legacy as the newest addition to EA’s robust lineup of Tetris titles, which includes Tetris, a multiplayer version of Tetris, and Tetris Mania. The goal is still to clear planes as fast as possible, but now the falling blocks must be rotated and placed into a dynamic three-dimensional playing field.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, October 16th 2007 - 23:56 CEST
Electronic Arts announced that Need for Speed ProStreet for mobile will make its way onto mobile phones across Europe on October 26th and across North America on October 30th. Special designed for mobile phones, the race game lets anyone with a cell phone experience the excitement of being firmly in the driver’s seat.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, September 19th 2007 - 16:01 CEST
Electronic Arts Inc. announced the availability of Medal of Honor Airborne, a new World War II mobile game emphasizing airborne invasion in the European Theater. Available now for download to handsets worldwide, Medal of Honor Airborne features the most daring and action-packed World War II battles as contenders engage in fearsome missions to defeat the Nazis. Players enter the war zone as Boyd Travers, a rank-and-file soldier in the 82nd Airborne division who has the opportunity to become extraordinary. Up to eight levels of intense combat challenge players to destroy key objects and eliminate enemies in famous World War II battles such as D-Day and Market Garden.
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