When we think of computer gaming, phones aren’t usually the first things to come to mind – the disastrous Nokia NGage is an exception. It is only nowadays that we see a real flowering of gaming on phones. This is mostly because of the arrival of powerful and small CPUs that currently back the latest generation of smart phones. 3D is also another thing we do not associate with mobile phones. But LG recently succeeded in delivering the 3D experience on phones with LG Optimus 3D – all without the stereotypical glasses.
Now, LG is all set to breach the gaming barrier with a little help from Gameloft.
Gameloft is quite proficient in the gaming [...]
Gameloft is pretty much one of the names to beat in the Android gaming arena. This is mostly because they leveraged a portfolio of great mobile games into a robust catalog of original and ported titles. However, they’ve recently been chafing at the bit in terms of distribution. The company has restricted itself to selling its game from its own online store. It’s a move designed to maximize profits although it limits exposure. Recently though, Gameloft has shown interest in taking things to the Amazon Appstore – mostly because the company felt that it was a sufficiently controlled environment to take a risk in.
However, we’ve recently seen some [...]
Amazon strikes again! Everyone knows that Amazon opened its version of the “Android Market” this week and so far, they’ve done some big things. They nailed down a few exclusive games for distribution through their market, while also offering a free paid app or game per day. They closed out the week by announcing popular developer Gameloft will publish their games though Amazons marketplace. Here’s a quick rundown of some of the things Amazon App market has done in its first big week…
First and foremost, they got Gameloft. I have been a fan of their awesome (and hard to download) games since I’ve owned an Android phone. They yanked their games from the Android Market last [...]