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Thursday, 31 January 2013 09:01

Blackberry OS 10 to get loads of games

Written by David Stellmack



Angry Birds Star Wars among those confirmed


Blackberry OS 10 will enjoy a very large number of apps right out of the gate, thanks to the massive efforts by the company to make sure that platform receives significant software support. Among those titles will include many multi-million selling applications from other platforms that have been converted to the new BlackBerry OS 10.

Some of the more popular confirmed games include Angry Birds Star Wars, Plants Vs. Zombies, Cut the Rope, and Fruit Ninja. This is not too bad for a brand new platform to rack up such popular titles right out of the gate.

According to Blackberry, they will have over 70,000 apps available on launch day, with the company expecting thousands of additional applications to be added to BlackBerry AppWorld each week.

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