Clickgamer.com, is giving away 7 commercial j2me mobile games for free to its customers and site visitors marking the start of a give-away spree in the run-up to the holiday season.
These titles are developed by UK based games development studio Binary Graffitti and include the popular titles Diamond Hunter, Chibi Poker, Lavirinthos, Chaos Realms, Samurai Legends, FireShark and Present Panic. These games run on most major mobile phones including Nokia, Samsung, Sharp and Sony Ericsson.
Casual gamers from around the globe can easily download this game for free from Clickgamer over-the-air directly to their phones.
“It has always been a tradition for us to reward our customers and visitors to clickgamer.com this time of year.” says Chris Byatte, Joint Managing Director of Chillingo, the company behind this popular mobile games portal. “This is our 5th Christmas anniversary and we have lined up a string of give-aways to all our customers until early next year. This is a great big ‘thank you’ from the clickgamer.com team to all who have supported us till now.”
Clickgamer.com sells mobile games for all breeds of mobile phones including Window Mobiles, Palm, Symbian, RIM BlackBerry and J2ME to its customers worldwide. Major publishers including Vivendi Mobile, Filao Mobile and Handy Games work with Clickgamer.com as a non-operator alternative site to deliver games to customers irrespective of mobile network that they are on. Chillingo utilises the ClickPayGo mobile wallet system to allow customers to consolidate their purchases and buy directly via their mobile phones.
Joe Wee, Chillingo’s Joint Managing Director explains “The mobile market is evolving, as an independent off-portal consumer business, clickgamer.com transcends operator barriers and provide casual gamers with an alternative source for high quality mobile games, offering 1st class customer service and an intuitive user shopping experience.” He added “It is all about choice and shopping experience. Consumers want choice, and they want a hassle free way to shop for what they want on a mobile phone. And this is why off-portal and on-deck games will co-exist for a long time to come.”