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Digital Chocolate to Join N-gage Platform

July 24, 2007 in Wireless Industry News

I haven’t mentioned the N-gage Platform in a good long time, mostly because there really hasn’t been any news about it.

Digital Chocolate joins Nokia's N-gage Platform

Digital Chocolate joins Nokia’s N-gage Platform.

Still not yet live (Nokia’s site says it’s coming in mid-2007), the platform is supposed to revolutionize wireless gaming on mobile phones by offering a multitude of games and gaming services.

Several large mobile game companies have already joined the effort, including GLU mobile, Indiagames, THQ Wireless, EA, and Gameloft.

And now you can add the California-based Digital Chocolate, creator of the Fantasy Warrior, Racing Fever, and Zoy’s Rescue Mission series, to that list.

The company’s first offering is a title called “Dchoc Caf”, which is a virtual multiplayer smorgasbord of card, puzzle and board games.

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