This is the kind of podcast that tears you apart. We bid a fond farewell to Kyle (pictured above) this week, who is moving to Israel for greener and more explosive pastures. On the other hand, we replace him with Helios, mobile game developer extraordinaire who actually knows what he’s talking about. KayWhy who?
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Justin Davis, good friend of QB and Editor in Chief over at Modojo has a new editorial up on Gamasutra about the industry’s need to take a closer look at mobile game violence. Justin seems concerned about the fact that games like Doom RPG get released on mobile decks with nary a concern for the same violent imagery that gave the console and pc industries fits back in the mid-nineties, and thinks that this is an indication of a potential hurdle mobile gaming will have to overcome if it wants to keep “growing up.”
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Clickgamer.com, Europe’s leading Direct To Consumer mobile games portal is giving away ‘Snowed In 5 - Flaked Out’ to casual gamers running all versions of mobile smartphones including Windows Mobile and Symbian, Windows Desktop and also the GP2X gaming console. The game will be made available as a free download till 31st January 2007.
Glu has announced the impending launch of the classic arcade title, Centipede, owned by Atari Interactive, Inc. and licensed by Atari, Inc.
Prime Time Group, a company focused on retail, wholesale and internet delivery channels, for mobile games and mobile content, has announced some changes in management.
I just got a press release regarding a the company Nareos’ expansion of their PeerBox Mobile service. PeerBox is the first peer-to-peer file sharing network on mobile phones.
SMS.in is a new site for downloading mobile content that eliminates the usual hidden costs and lengthy download procedures by virtue of a unique mobile short-code feature.
Vivendi Games Mobile scored a major win at the 4th annual Spike TV Video Game Awards held on Friday, December 8th in Los Angeles.
CBS Interactive and Hong Kong-based Artificial Life, Inc. will launch the first avatar-based mobile game tied to a major TV show for The CW’s “America’s Next Top Model,” it was announced today by Cyriac Roeding, Vice President of Wireless, CBS Interactive.