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Tuesday, October 16th 2007 - 11:45 CEST
Ojom GmbH announced the launch of ET - The Extra Terrestrial, the game. Taking its title from the epic and heart-wrenching movie featuring E.T., this 1982 classic has been transformed into an adventure for you and Earths most beloved alien over 42 mini classic games. Fans of vintage arcade games and of the classic movie will re-kindle their love affair with Extra Terrestrial, in a series of old skool games.
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Wednesday, October 10th 2007 - 14:30 CEST
Glu Mobile Inc., a leading global publisher of mobile games, announced that it is working with the McDonald’s Corporation, which serves over 26 million customers a day, to give away one million “instant win” game prizes of Monopoly games, under license to Glu and McDonald’s from HPG, the licensing division of Hasbro, Inc., on the mobile platform. Glu is working with McDonald’s and Hasbro to raise awareness of mobile games with this first-ever redeemable Monopoly mobile game prize for the Monopoly 2007 Game at McDonald’s. The Monopoly 2007 Game at McDonald’s will run in the United States from October 2 - October 29.
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Monday, October 1st 2007 - 19:40 CEST
Azteq Mobile announced the commercial availability of its end-to-end gaming solution designed to enable game developers, handset manufacturers and carriers to deliver rich, compelling, PC- and console-quality gaming experience to mobile consumers. Azteq, headquartered in the Silicon Valley, with offices in Tokyo has developed a game platform for mobile devices, enabling the true video game developer community into the mobile world by allowing utilization of the same game development assets from the PC, console and handheld gaming spaces. The platform also provides an intuitive way to download exciting native mobile games.
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Friday, September 28th 2007 - 14:10 CEST
At the ‘WiMAX World USA 2007’ Conference and Expo, Posdata unveiled a hot, new gaming platform that will enable gaming enthusiasts to download games and access the Internet using high-speed Mobile WiMAX connections. The platform, named G100, is a specialized terminal for games that was developed by Posbro, a Mobile WiMAX device subsidiary of Posdata. It is the world’s first portable online gaming device and set to revolutionize the gaming distribution industry. The G100 will operate in its initial release at 2.3GHz and 2.5GHz bands according to Posdata.
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Thursday, September 20th 2007 - 10:30 CEST
At the Tokyo Game Show, Nokia and G-mode, leading casual games developer, announced that they are collaborating to bring more mobile multiplayer games to the global market. G-mode is developing Chess a Moment, an online and turn-based chess game, based on the Nokia SNAP Mobile platform. Players can compete in up to eight live games simultaneously, and have up to 30 hours to ponder their next move. Players can also review the move histories of their opponents at any time during a game. Consumers can expect to get their hands on G-mode's Chess a Moment in the fourth quarter of 2007.
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Thursday, September 20th 2007 - 10:11 CEST
Nokia announced that D3Publisher, a leading Japanese publisher of hit console and casual games, is using the SNAP Mobile platform to develop connected games for Java-based mobile phones. The mobile version of D3Publisher's hit game Earth Defense Force, already available on Xbox and PlayStation 2, is expected to be available by the end of 2007. D3Publisher will also introduce new mobile connected functionality, as players can battle against alien invaders and jockey for high score fame in an online community while on-the-go.
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Wednesday, 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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Tuesday, September 18th 2007 - 17:45 CEST
Gameloft, a leading publisher and developer of video games for mobile phones, announced that it has reached the impressive milestone of 100 million mobile games sold worldwide. Already the established number one mobile games publisher in Europe, and currently ranked second in the US, Gameloft has been singularly focused on the mobile gaming platform for almost a decade, and this latest accomplishment underscores the company’s successful global strategy that has enabled them to become one of the world’s premier mobile game publishers.
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Monday, September 10th 2007 - 15:28 CEST
China's leading online media company offers free game trials and affordable subscriptions Shanghai - At the Game Developers Conference (GDC) China, Nokia announced that Sina Corporation, a leading online media company and value-added information service provider for China and for global Chinese communities, has launched five connected mobile games powered by Nokia's Snap Mobile. Consumers in China can try out the new games, including 3D Pool Hall, Jellypop, Sudoku, and upgraded versions of Link Up and Stone Park.
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Monday, September 10th 2007 - 15:27 CEST
Glu Mobile Inc., a leading global publisher of mobile games, announced the launch of the classic Atari arcade hit, Asteroids, for mobile phones. The original arcade game released by Atari in 1979 is among the most recognized and successful arcade games of all time. 28 years later, the classic retro space shooter has been reinvented specifically for the mobile platform, with all new enhancements including innovative new themes, bonuses and gameplay modes, as well as “classic mode” which gives gamers the gameplay and graphics true to the original game.

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