Indiagames joins Nokia's N-Gage Platform

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Nokia and Indiagames have announced that the Indian mobile gaming giant will be bringing its experience to the N-Gage Platform. With experience in Symbian, Java, Brew, Flash Lite, and a number of other mobile languages, Indiagames is a good addition to the portfolio. Their understanding of the mobile market, especially in the Asian market, will be invaluable.

Indiagames and Nokia to bring games to N-Gage platform

March 05, 2007

Game Developers Conference 2007, San Francisco, CA  - Nokia, the world leader in mobile communications and Indiagames, India's leading mobile game publisher, announced today that Indiagames will be bringing a selection of their mobile game brands to the N-Gage platform.

"Indiagames is a leading force for driving mobile gaming in Asia and the rest of the world, and it's great to work with a team that has such a global perspective," said Gregg Sauter, Director of Games Publishing, Nokia. "Indiagames has a great range of content and more importantly, a fantastic understanding of what Asian consumers want out of their mobile gaming experiences."

"Working with Nokia on the N-Gage platform is a great opportunity for us to deliver great content for a global audience," said Vishal Gondal, CEO, Indiagames. "We believe in Nokia's vision of making it easy for people to find and buy high-quality mobile games and we are excited to bring some of our well-known brands to the N-Gage." Gondal further adds, "Our games have been well received in markets across the world. Our association with Nokia would make access to them easier and take them to a much wider audience. We believe that there has been a great void in the experiential gaming space and that the new N-Gage platform would effectively address this and hence make mobile games entertaining and accessible to consumers."

As part of its association with Nokia, Indiagames plans to introduce a variety of games across genres that would appeal to mobile gamers of all skill sets.