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» NGage Upgrading is a Rip Off

Just what you thought it was safe to go back in to the mobile gaming water, Nokia’s N-Gage platform decides to take a bite out of your wallet. It has emerged that if you buy the new N-Gage phone, you have to buy all your games again.   Nokia have confirmed the fact that the […]

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» Nokia NGage Games For Free?

Jakko Kaidesoja, the Head of Nokia’s N-Gage business has spoke of the idea of giving N-Gage games away for free with its handset in a recent interview. “The concept of free is not a very appealing concept when you are investing a lot of money and creative power in creating the content, and trying to […]

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» Nokia Launch SNAP Version 2

Mobile phone giant Nokia have launched the second version of its SNAP Mobile SDK and they reckon it’ll be easier for developers to create connected Java games.  The program is available for free and has a big focus on accessibility for developer’s all thanks to it’s object-orientated API and improved UI framework.   The SNAP […]

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» The Nokia N81 – A Mobile Gamers Dream?

While there has been much chat about the best mobile games and whether the sector will ever be able to compete with the games console sector, many people seem to have forgotten about the hi-tec mobile phones on the market today. So is the Nokia N81 your dream gaming mobile? Those who follow the industry […]

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» Anyone For Tennis?

While the 2007 version of Tennis Open by Gameloft is still one of the best selling mobile phone sports games of all time, it seems as though Wimbledon 2008 could actually better the earlier version. As we approach the run up to Wimbledon what better time to start putting the rumours around? What better time […]

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» Nokia Look To The Far East Again

While the Far East is well ahead of most of Europe with regards to internet technology it seems that the same can be said for mobile phone games. Nokia has announced plans to introduce yet more mobile phone games via their SNAP Mobile subsidiary in China, but it seems as though this is only the […]

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» Nokia Ask The People For Help

As they say in business, the best people to ask for advice are your customers, something which mobile phone giant Nokia have done, with a Euro 70,000 sweetener! Nokia have launched their Mobile Games Innovation Challenge in order to attract new and exciting ideas for the future of the mobile gaming market – although all […]

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» Will Mobile Games Dictate The Direction Of Future Handsets?

While it would be wrong to say that the mobile game industry has been welcomed into all areas of the mobile phone market, slowly but surely we are seeing increased take up and more interest in the service. However, when you consider that the traditional mobile handset of today was not really created for mobile […]

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» Nokia Hits The Spot With N-Gage

It seems as though the mobile gaming system which the world has been waiting is finally here, with Nokia set to officially unveil their new N-Gage service on 7th April. However, in order to wet the lips of those who read the official N-Gage blog they have announced that the software required to access the […]

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» Hands Up Who Has Tried Mobile Gaming

While the technology is there, the programming capabilities are there, but has mobile gaming actually hit the masses yet? Or is it something which has not quite set the world alight at the moment? When you read the mobile gaming figures from around the world it is easy to assume that this area of the […]

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