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Friday, 20 February 2009 12:20

Games for Palm Pre coming

Written by Nick Farell

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Not clear what yet


Palm has
confirmed that its new Palm Pre will run games although it is not clear quite what yet.

According to Engadget, Palm said games will be part of the Pre experience, along with various other applications that will be offered through a Palm-style version of Apple's App Store.

Mobile gaming has done well on the iPhone and iPod Touch, and has been one of the ways that Apple has managed to flog the gizmo. Palm seems to be depending on Adobe's support by allowing developers to build Flash applications for the new Pre.

More here.
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