Boost Mobile Introduces First and Only Location-Based, GPS Games in the U.S

August 16th, 2005 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Location Based Gaming | 1 Comment »

Wireless entertainment and the material world today announced a new partnership that is providing Boost Mobile customers with a gaming experience like no other in the United States. Starting today, Boost customers are the first and only mobile phone users in the nation to be able to download and play location-based GPS (Global Positioning System) games on their wireless phones.

Boost Mobile has partnered with Blister Entertainment, a leading provider of location-based entertainment services, to introduce Swordfish(TM) and Torpedo Bay(TM), the first GPS-enabled Java(TM) games in the U.S. Boost customers can play both games now by downloading the applications directly from their Java(TM) technology-enabled Boost phone or from Boost LIVE (www.BoostLIVE.com). Each game costs $5.99 for the first month and $2.99 for each additional month. Read on …

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      Can i translate this and insert on my site in Poland? Thanks

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