SNAP Mobile Games go live in Germany
Nokia's SNAP Mobile to launch Connected Casual Games in fall of 2007
The SNAP Mobile games will come pre-installed on select Nokia handsets, such as the popular Nokia N73, Nokia N95 and Nokia 6300 in Germany. Consumers will be able to demo the games for free and decide whether or not to buy the full versions. Users only need to click the 'buy' link after reviewing the purchase details and then they receive a text message with a link to download the full version of the game.
Antoine Doumenc, head of SNAP Mobile stated, "After continued success in Asia Pacific, we are clearly setting our sights on the European market. Germany is our first target country and we plan to expand our service availability in multiple European distribution channels within the year. In addition, we will be offering many more opportunities to German consumers to be connected through casual games in near future."
Pocket Party Sudoku generates puzzles on the fly, so mobile users get a different puzzle every time with a multitude of challenges. Pocket Party JellyPop is a fast paced puzzle game that is easy to learn, but hard to master and boosts a unique multiplayer mode. The games include the standard connected SNAP Mobile features: single and multiplayer gameplay modes, high scores and rankings, friends list, choice of avatars, a token system, and integrated chat.
GCDC attendees can meet SNAP Mobile and see live demonstrations of the games at the event. To arrange a meeting at GCDC and for more information, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. More information on the event can be found at: http://www.gcdc.eu/
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