Nokia debuts mobile gaming system

April 5, 2008 at 10:42 am Leave a comment

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Nokia expects to have about 60 games available by 2009

Nokia has lifted the veil on its revamped mobile gaming service known as N-Gage.

Visitors to the N-Gage website can download software that connects their phone to the handset maker’s growing library of games.

Nokia expects to have about 30 games available for playing on its higher end phones by the middle of 2008.

The launch of N-Gage marks one of the biggest moves by a mobile maker into the content market.

Author: BBC News, Technology, 4th April 2008

Full article available here.

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