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January 1, 2005
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December 21, 2004
Kayak Interactive and America's Best Known Fisherman, Bill Dance, Announce New Connected Mobile Game

Mobile entertainment publisher Kayak Interactive and Bill Dance, America’s best known fisherman, have teamed up to create a new mobile game that allows players to compete hook, line and lure. Bill Dance Bass Fishing players can fish anywhere, whether they are in the airport, the local coffee shop or a row boat. Snow, wind or heavy rain can’t deter them from making the bass catch of the day and comparing it to their competitors’ catch.

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December 20, 2004
MFORMA and Marvel Enterprises Cement Global Mobile Entertainment Alliance

MFORMA Group, Inc. and Marvel Enterprises, Inc. signed a licensing agreement that will bring Marvel's catalog of world famous entertainment brands to mobile phone users throughout the world, including such world renowned heroes as Spider-Man, X-Men, Fantastic Four, Incredible Hulk, Captain America, Daredevil, Iron Man, Blade, Ghost Rider, Elektra and many more.

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December 17, 2004
Lunagames Air Traffic Control mobile game hits Top 10 at Telefonica

Air Traffic Control mobile game Lunagames’ Air Traffic Control hits the Top 10 at Telefonica (Spain)

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December 15, 2004
InfoSpace Signs Agreement to Acquire Mobile Games Company Elkware GmbH

InfoSpace, Inc. today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Elkware GmbH, a German mobile games company, for approximately $26 million payable in cash. In the three months ended September 30, 2004, Elkware generated approximately $1 million in revenue. The transaction is expected to close in early January 2005.

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December 15, 2004
Los Angeles Clippers Corey Maggette and Sacramento Kings Peja Stojakovic star in JAMDAT SPORTS NBA Basketball Mobile Games

Crash Twinsanity mobile game JAMDAT Mobile Inc. announced today that Los Angeles Clippers star Corey Maggette and NBA All-Star Peja Stojakovic of the Sacramento Kings have been selected as cover athletes for its NBA-licensed mobile games. Maggette will be featured on the cover of JAMDAT SPORTS NBA 2005 and Stojakovic will appear on the cover of JAMDAT SPORTS Three-Point Shootout.

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December 13, 2004
Digital Bridges To Bring Game "Jewel Quest" To Mobile Phone

Digital Bridges today announced a global agreement with iWin to bring the phenomenally successful online adventure puzzle game Jewel Quest to mobile phones for the first time.

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December 10, 2004
JAMDAT Mobile Announces Distribution and Content Agreement with Boost Mobile

JAMDAT Mobile Inc. announced today a distribution and content agreement with Boost Mobile, the youth lifestyle brand offered by Nextel Communications Inc., to provide JAMDAT's slate of wireless games for Boost Mobile customers.

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December 9, 2004
Wonderphone announces exclusive mobile game deal with Vodafone for "Crash Twinsanity"

Crash Twinsanity mobile game Wonderphone announces an exclusive and global deal with Vodafone for the mobile phone version of Crash Twinsanity, the blockbuster video game published by Vivendi Universal Games.

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December 8, 2004
Gizmondo Mobile Gaming Device Aiming For Sub-$100 Price Point

Gizmondo Speaking to British trade paper MCV, Gizmondo Europe MD Carl Freer has claimed that that the Gizmondo portable console will be sold for under £100 ($194) by this time next year and probably under £50 ($97). The Gizmondo is currently priced at £229 ($444).

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December 8, 2004
Overloaded launches real-time mobile gaming service with Terraplay multiplayer platform

Overloaded is a leading international publisher and distributor of video games for mobile handsets. Overloaded creates interactive games for mobiles equipped with Java, Brew, I-mode and Symbian technology.

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December 7, 2004
Synergenix releases two new mobile games "Generals: Alien Colony" and "Metal Racers, Quad Bikes"

Synergenix Interactive announced two new games to expand their portfolio, Generals: Alien Colony, and Metal Racers: Quad Bikes. The two games are developed by Impressionware in Italy and will be available on a wide range of mobile phones.

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December 3, 2004
InfoSpace Announces Acquisition of European Mobile Games Publisher IOMO

InfoSpace, Inc. announced its acquisition of U.K.-based IOMO Limited, an award-winning developer and publisher of mobile games. The consideration is approximately $15 million, payable in cash.

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December 2, 2004
Mobile Games Publisher, Digital Bridges, To Open North American Operational Hub

Digital Bridges announced the opening of a cross-functional operational hub in San Mateo, California, to complement its existing production and technology facilities in Scotland.

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December 1, 2004
Sorrent joins forces with European mobile game publisher Macrospace

Sorrent, Inc. today announced an agreement to acquire Macrospace, an award-winning mobile games publisher based in London. The integration of these companies will enhance Sorrent’s global position as one of the leading players in the mobile entertainment marketplace.

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November 29, 2004
Mobile Scope launches "AllTime Racing 2005" for mobile games

All Time Racing 2005 Wireless entertainment publisher Mobile Scope today announced the release of its latest addition to its successful AllTime Series: AllTime Racing 2005.

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November 29, 2004
Motorola Expands Mobile Phone Line-up with ATI’s IMAGEON(TM) Media Processors

ATI Technologies today announced that Motorola has expanded its mobile phone line up with twelve recently announced handsets based upon ATI’s IMAGEON™ Media Processors.

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November 26, 2004
Mobile Developer IOMO is Creator of Five Games in the Orange UK Top Ten

Mobile game developer IOMO has racked up another major achievement in 2004 having created FIVE games out of the recent Top Ten on mobile operator Orange in the UK.

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November 25, 2004
Gameloft announces "Prince of Persia: Warrior Within" mobile game

Prince of Persia With the success of Prince of Persia: Harem Adventures and Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Gameloft is releasing the third episode of this saga, "Prince of Persia: Warrior Within(tm)"

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November 24, 2004
JAMDAT Mobile and Codemasters Bring Console Games to Mobile Phones in Europe

JAMDAT Mobile Inc. announced today an agreement with Codemasters, a European developer and publisher of video games, to bring the console titles TOCA Race Driver, Club Soccer and LMA Manager to mobile phones. European consumers will be able to play these popular console games -wherever they are, whenever they like, right on their handsets.

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November 24, 2004
Mobile games to arrive for Ipod, rumours roll

Last week rumours were flying about that Digital River is working on technology to download games onto the next version of the nicer to look at and even more reassuringly expensive Apple iPod.

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November 23, 2004
JAMDAT Mobile - Japan Launches "Geki! Puzzle Chudoku" Through Japanese Mobile Operator KDDI

JAMDAT Mobile Inc. announced today the launch of its first titles for Japanese Mobile Phone Operator KDDI (au). "Geki! Puzzle Chudoku" (English translation: Freak! Puzzle Addict) is now available through KDDI's EZ appli (BREW(TM)) service.

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November 22, 2004
Additional Innovative Features For N-Gage Mobile Game "Pocket Kingdom Revealed"

Pocket Kingdom Nokia announced additional innovative features for Pocket Kingdom: Own The World, the world’s first massively multiplayer online mobile game for the N-Gage platform. In addition, Nokia confirmed that Pocket Kingdom has gone gold and will start shipping around the world next week. Pocket Kingdom: Own The World challenges gamers to build a mighty online empire while competing against other players from around the world. Set in a fantasy landscape, it is a game of combat, action and strategy.

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November 22, 2004
JAMDAT Mobile to Release "Lemony Snicket's a Series of Unfortunate Events" for Mobile Phones

JAMDAT Mobile Inc. announced today an agreement with Nickelodeon and the release of the mobile game based on Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, the best-selling children's book series and major feature release by Paramount Pictures, Dreamworks and Nick Movies starring Jim Carrey, Meryl Streep and Jude Law. The movie is scheduled to hit theaters on December 17, 2004.

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November 22, 2004
Akatora Content Services releases mobile game successor "Dominion 2"

Dominion 2 Following up on the success the military themed action game "Dominion", Akatora Content Services has release its sequel Dominion 2.

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November 19, 2004
Digital Bridges to Launch Sports Illustrated Mobile Games in North America

Digital Bridges and SI Wireless announced an agreement to bring Sports Illustrated(TM), one of the world's most recognized media and sports entertainment brands, to mobile phone gaming in North America.

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November 19, 2004
Glofun to release location based mobile game RayGun

GloVentures, LLC, has announced the upcoming release of Glofun RayGun, the world's first "high-intensity" location game for cell phones. RayGun combines the mental intensity of a video game and the physical activity of a sport.

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November 19, 2004
Digital Bridges growth in mobile games aided by 3rd round funding

GloVentures, LLC, has announced the upcoming release of Glofun RayGun, the world's first "high-intensity" location game for cell phones. RayGun combines the mental intensity of a video game and the physical activity of a sport.

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November 19, 2004
Zi Corporation Enters the Mobile Gaming Industry on Gizmondo Handheld Console

Zi Corporation announced today that its advanced text input technology eZiTap is a core feature of the new Gizmondo multi-entertainment device from Gizmondo Europe, Ltd., a subsidiary of Florida-based Tiger Telematics

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November 18, 2004
Tomb Raider comes to mobile phone courtesy of In-Fusio

IN-FUSIO announced that it has signed a licensing deal with Eidos to bring the mobile phone version of Tomb Raider to its ExEn mobile game engine. Under the agreement, IN-FUSIO will also handle distribution of the ExEn version of the game via network operators.

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November 18, 2004
Hong Kong CSL to deliver advanced 3D games to gamers

Synergenix Interactive AB, a leading mobile games publisher and providers of the mophun gaming solution announced an agreement with CSL, the leading mobile operator in Hong Kong.

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November 18, 2004
Gameloft strengthens its financial structure and clears its debts

Synergenix Interactive AB, a leading mobile games publisher and providers of the mophun gaming solution announced an agreement with CSL, the leading mobile operator in Hong Kong.

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November 18, 2004
Podfun announces Transcend Graphics Middleware 2.0 for Java mobile phones

Podfun are pleased to announce the immediate availability of their Transcend Graphics Middleware for Java mobile phones, version 2.0.

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November 18, 2004
Akatora Content Services releases 'Beetle Battle' mobile game

Beetle Battle Akatora Content Services, concentrating on creating fast paced action games, today released their latest game, Beetle Battle. A space marine has crash landed on a distant planet. This planet is inhabited by hard shelled creatures that will do anything to finish the space marine off.

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November 15, 2004
Vodafone live! with 3G launches 3D Wireless Games

Vodafone today announces the global launch of Vodafone live! with 3G across an unrivalled 13 countries. The service includes a 3D games.

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November 14, 2004
Dwango Wireless launches Rolling Stone-branded mobile trivia game

Dwango Wireless announced the debut of Rolling Stone 20 Questions, the exclusive Rolling Stone-branded mobile music and entertainment trivia game.

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November 14, 2004
Mobile Games Fans Play Over 1 Million Games in Largest Mobile Games Tournament for Prizes Ever

InfoSpace Mobile and Blue Lava Wireless today announced the winners of the largest, cross-carrier mobile phone games tournament for prizes ever held in the U.S. During September and October, competitors in the 'Tetris(R) Tournament Mobile Championship' played more than 1 million games for the opportunity to win nearly $10,000 in prizes provided by InfoSpace partners Pyramat and other companies. The grand prize sweepstakes winner will travel to Hawaii to meet Tetris creator Alexey Pajitnov.

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November 11, 2004
Basketball Superstar Dirk Nowitzki plays exclusively with elkware

NBA All-Star Dirk Nowitzki gets ready to score for elkware: the mobile gaming specialists have signed a three-year contract with the Dallas Mavericks' "German Wunderkind" and three times NBA All-Star. This deal will enable the development and further worldwide marketing of several mobile sports games in which the only German NBA player and captain of the German national basketball team will star exclusively.

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November 11, 2004
Synergenix Interactive releases "Conflict: Vietnam"

Conflict: Vietnam is the latest instalment in the award-winning CONFLICT series, which has sold over 3.5 million copies worldwide. The game follows the progress of four US soldiers, cut off from their unit during the 1968 Tet Offensive and tasked with fighting their way back to friendly lines.

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November 11, 2004
Mr.Goodliving releases "Playman Beach Volleyball"

Playman Beach Volleyball is the latest game in the popular Playman sports series. After shooting, swimming, classic athletic events and even rock climbing, Playman is about to learn that life is a beach!

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November 11, 2004
Kerbyware releases "Dog Fight"

Kerbyware announced today their release of the mobile title Dogfight. Dogfight is the sequel to the award winning game ACE. Dogfight, developed by Kerbyware, is available on the mophun platform and can be acquired by distributors through the mophun marketplace.

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November 10, 2004
Gameloft launches Vans Skate & Slam Feat

Gameloft, one of the major leading developers and publishers of video games for mobile phones, is publishing – in collaboration with VANS, the leading young brand for lifestyle – the very first extreme skateboarding game for your mobile phone.

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November 8, 2004
Big Blue Bubble announces RPG game, "Dragon Tower"

Continuing with their successful relationship, Big Blue Bubble has signed a development agreement with THQ Wireless to bring an original RPG title to the wireless market.

Dragon Tower is set in the Village of Ozmyn, known far and wide for its two famous attractions: Fine ale and a fearsome Dragon with a habit of torching houses and hording treasure.

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November 8, 2004
Gizmondo to develop Microsoft Studio games

Gizmondo Europe Ltd, subsidiary of Jacksonville, Florida-based Tiger Telematics Inc, announced today the signing of a contract with Microsoft Game Studios to bring killer gaming titles to this powerful handheld console. This collaboration will include AAA titles, Age of Empires, MechAssault and It's Mr Pants. These games give handheld console gamers the ability to experience top Microsoft games.

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November 5, 2004
THQ, Jamdat, and Nokia team up with NBA for wireless suite

On Tuesday, the NBA revealed a new suite of mobile games and sports-news programs that will let fans track their favorite basketball teams and manage fantasy leagues. The "NBA Unwired" suite is launching in conjunction with the start of the NBA season, and will boast offerings from wireless publishing giants THQ and Jamdat Mobile, as well as downloadable game highlights provided by handset manufacturer Nokia.

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November 3, 2004
Colin McRae Rally drives onto N-Gage

Nokia announced a new title for the N-Gage, Colin McRae Rally 2005. The game is in the process of hitting retail shelves. Published by Codemasters, the game features multiplayer races over the hybrid cell phone/game machine's wireless Bluetooth connection. In total, the title contains 16 different licensed cars and 64 rally stages across eight different countries. Players can tune up their cars to be able to better handle the variety of different road types and weather conditions that the game throws at them.


November 2, 2004
"Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" coming to mobile phones

Celador International and Macrospace announce their partnership to develop and publish the Java version of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? worldwide.

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October 30, 2004
Gizmondo ships to retail in UK

Gizmondo Europe, a subsidiary of Tiger Telematics, announced today that it has begun shipping the Gizmondo handheld console to retail stores in the United Kingdom. A lineup of 12 games, from puzzle titles like Super Drop Mania to racers like Richard Burns Rally, will be available over the coming weeks.

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October 28, 2004
Square Enix hints at mobile plans for Final Fantasy

Yesterday at the CTIA trade show, a high-ranking member of Square Enix's North American team commented on the company's blueprint for rolling out mobile products--specifically, Final Fantasy XI and Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII--in the United States.

Chris Ruff, Vice President of Marketing and Product Management at UIEvolution, a technology company recently acquired by Square Enix, confirmed that Square Enix was indeed considering North American releases of their mobile Final Fantasy products. "We'll bring Final Fantasy and Before Crisis here when the technology is ready," said Ruff, adding that the present timeframe was nine months to a year.


October 25, 2004
Konami partners with Takara for mobile games

Japanese game publishers Konami and Takara announced today that they have joined forces to release Konami's mobile phone games in Asian countries outside of Japan. The first game to come out of the deal will be a dog-breeding simulation game based on Takara's popular dog-barking translation device, called Bow-lingual.

Later in the year, Takara will release a board game for mobile phones where the object is to become the richest player in the game. The titles will be available for download on FarEasTone Telecommunications' Super i-style in Hong Kong, and SmarTone Mobile Communications' SmarTone 'in' in Hong Kong and Macao.

Konami currently has mobile content distribution routes in 21 countries, including Hong Kong, Taiwan, North America, and the UK.


October 20, 2004
Eidos' Crash 'n' Burn coming to mobile phones

A mobile phone version of Eidos' upcoming PlayStation 2 and Xbox driving game Crash 'n' Burn, will be released simultaneously with the console versions, Eidos and development partner Macrospace announced today. Called Crash 'n' Burn Turbo, the title will be available for Java, BREW, and i-mode phones. Like the console versions, the game will allow players to personalize their cars before taking to the streets on a variety of different racing circuits. All three versions of the title will ship in November.

October 20, 2004
Trump's Real Estate Tycoon hits mobile phones

Activision Value Publishing today announced that its latest mobile phone title, Donald Trump's Real Estate Tycoon, is available now. Step into the shoes (and into the hair) of The Donald as you buy and maintain a real estate empire by going up against cutthroat competition. Eventually, you'll become powerful enough to knock Trump out of business. Savvy moguls will move into Trump Tower, and the unlucky will be--ahem--fired. The game is available across various wireless carriers on phones that support J2ME and BREW technologies.

October 10, 2004

You can now download Quest For Alliance on Mobile-Buzz. This is one of the hottest mobile games for cell phone gamers. The game was rated 8 out of 10 by Midlet-Review and indicated it is one of the best Role Playing Games available to date.

Oct 1, 2004

Mobile-Buzz launches a new mobile gaming web site for cell phone users. The web site consists of mobile game news and reviews for the latest games.
 
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