Mobitween and User Generated Games

September 6th, 2007 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Distribution | No Comments »

Mobitween has launched a new portal that is all about user generated mobile games. The new portal allows consumers to share content and build up a social network based on mobile gaming.

The portal allows the consumers to pick their mobile games from a wide range that has been made available by several developers. The consumers can then insert their own pictures and sounds before sharing them with the community.

For sharing the games, consumers get several options. The sharing can be done via email or by embedding the games into social networking websites like facebook and blogger.

For the technology behind the mobile game sharing, Mobitween choose Flash Lite as it is easier to customize then having to regenerate Jad and Jar files and allows sharing between mobile and web consumers.

"Mobitween’s goal is to be the world’s leading Game 2.0 Company which bridges the gap between web and mobile game developers and players allowing them to create, customise, embed and share an endless library of games," said Mobitween’s founder and CEO, Philippe Chassany. "This will revolutionise the way in which people create and interact with games."

For those who wish to try and download the free mobile games from Mobitween’s user generated gaming service, please go to http://www.ugengames.com/.

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