Since the new content distribution models are coming, the company decided that it is time that a new generation of devices gets more than decent software, that come with excellent hardware capabilities. We're talking about Pixel Shaders here, so imagine the graphics possibilities for games once 3D hardware really start to push pixels through the pipeline?
Members of the N-Gage ecosystem will also appreciate the fact that they will be, in the end - able to communicate with each other and who knows, even establish a partnership. For instance, if you are a small developer and want to develop mobile games, what kind of a better start would be if you could find a publisher, which would sell your project to the world? Of course, one of the largest possible software distribution centers is actually owned by Nokia. Ever heard of Club Nokia?
Nokia to relaunch N-Gage mobile gaming platform
Posted on Sunday, May 14 2006 @ 09:19 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck