Nokia Snaps G-Mode

September 20th, 2007 by Anonymous Blogger Posted in Development Platforms | No Comments »

Nokia_3More news around Nokia’s SNAP today as also G-Mode has announced to start developing games based on the SNAP connectivity platform.

For the SNAP platform, G-Mode announced to have developed a turn based chess game which allows players all over the globe to compete without facing problems like the ‘lag’ in connections. Players can even take up to 30 hours in order to think up their next move.

"Our cooperation with SNAP Mobile started when we entered and won the SingTel Game Quest competition in 2006. From concept to deployment, SNAP Mobile has provided the right foundation to take our concept and turn it into a reality," said Takeshi Miyaji President of G-mode. 

Antoine Doumenc, Head of SNAP Mobile added, "Chess a Moment is a winning example of how to build an innovative and fun mobile multiplayer game that transcends many of today’s network limitations. G-mode effectively brings more entertainment to mobile chess by allowing players to interact online with friends versus playing alone against a computer."

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