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2007/02/27 13:03:59: By DM
Namco has announced that Ms. Pac Man is now available for play on the fifth generation iPod. The title cost just $4.99 and is available through the iTunes store. Click read more for the full info.


SAN JOSE, Calif. (Feb. 27, 2007) – In celebration of the 25th anniversary of Ms. PAC-MAN®, Namco Networks, a leading publisher and developer of wireless games and content, today announced the availability of Ms. PAC-MAN on the iTunes Store (www.itunes.com) for fans to purchase and download for play on the fifth generation iPod. She joins PAC-MAN, which launched last September on iTunes and is expected to be another must-have for iPod owners. Ms. PAC-MAN is available for purchase for $4.99 on the iTunes Store.
2007/02/16 11:52:34: By vividbreeze

Los Angeles, CA - February 16, 2007 -
Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. today announced that Carmelo Anthony of the Denver Nuggets has just released his own branded mobile application powered by Konami's Mobile Division (www.konamimobile.com). After redesigning his official website (www.carmeloanthony.com) and introducing his personalized MySpace Page (www.myspace.com/carmeloanthony) in November, Melo is at it again with the release of Melo Mobile (www.melomobile.com).
2007/02/08 5:40:09: By vividbreeze

Singapore, 8 February 2007 - Ozura Mobile, a wholly owned subsidiary of Nextnation Communication, and Maxis Communication Berhad, Malaysia's leading telecommunications provider today announced the “Search for Miss MaxGames and The MaxGirls (“MxG”)”, one of the most significant combined events ever powered by MaxGames. MaxGames runs on FunlogiX™, the proprietary mobile gaming community platform developed by Ozura.

2007/01/02 8:03:41: By DM
It seems MS just cannot stay out of court. MS is now being sued by the French company Infusio for wrongful termination of a $2 million dollar contract. Infusio claims MS refuses to approve its game designs, thus wrongfully withholding the second of four $500,000 USD payments.
2006/09/12 17:26:12: By vividbreeze
Konami has announced today that their Frogger mobile games grossed over $10 million dollars! This was one title I even purchased for my phone, and I love it. Click read more for the full press info.


Los Angeles, CA - Sep 12, 2006 Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. today announced the three Frogger mobile games, Frogger, Frogger Puzzle, and Frogger for Prizes have exceeded $10 million in gross sales to date. In celebration of Frogger’s 25th anniversary, Konami will launch Frogger 25th Evolution this fall.
2006/09/12 16:01:35: By DM
EA and Nokia have teamed up to bring the best of video games to a mobile phone/PDA near you. Tetris, Tetris Mania, The Sims 2, Doom, FIFA 06, Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 06 and FIFA Street 2, will all be available for download this Holiday season. In 2007, EA will help Nokia to launch its next-gen mobile gaming platform with even more EA games. nGage 2, oh boy!
Click read more for the full press info.


Redwood City, CA – 12 September 2006 – Nokia, the world leader in mobile communications, and Electronic Arts (NASDAQ: ERTS), the world’s leading interactive entertainment software company, today announced a collaboration that will see EA become a major supplier of mobile games to millions of Nokia mobile device owners through Nokia Content Discoverer. This solution allows mobile customers easy access to downloadable content through a collection of shopping mall "stores" on their mobile device. Initially, customers will be able to download seven EA titles, Tetris®, Tetris® Mania, The Sims™2, Doom®, FIFA 06, Tiger Woods PGA TOUR® 06 and FIFA Street 2 this holiday season. Starting in mid-2007, EA intends also to support the launch of the Nokia next generation mobile games platform with top EA titles that will be custom-designed for Nokia S60 devices.
2006/09/05 19:03:13: By vividbreeze
The leading provider of quality entertainment for mobile devices, Namco-Bandai, has announced updates for their classic titles. Click read more for press release to see which.


CYPRESS, Calif. - Sept. 5, 2006 - For anyone who owns a mobile phone and has ever found themselves waiting for a friend, standing in a line or needing to kill time between meetings, Bandai America, Inc. brings two classic casual games and one new game to the mobile platform.
2006/07/26 5:34:45: By vividbreeze
Hudson today has announced one of my favorite old school 2-d fighter right onto our cellphones. Fatal Fury offers much less in the way of a plot than similar fighting games for the NEOGEO, such as King of Fighters and Samurai Shodown but should be something to still check out. Just click read more for press release.


SAN MATEO, CA - July 25, 2006 - Hudson Entertainment, the North American publishing arm for Hudson Soft, today announced that they are planning to bring the fan favorite arcade fighting game, Fatal Fury, to cellphones. The new version of the game, which is based on Fatal Fury 2, is titled Fatal Fury Mobile. The game is expected to launch on both Brew and Java platforms in the North American market during fall 2006.

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Konami & Tokyopop Join Forces For Mobile Gaming >
Namco Networks And G-Mode Partner Up To Bring G-Mode Games >
Nokia launches N-Gage Digital Distribution Channel >
Carmack Says Mobile Gaming Is The Future >
Next-Gen Nokia Mobile Gaming Unit To Debut In 2007 >
EA Mobile Head Leaves EA After Jamdat Acquisition >
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