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Nokia to go multi-platform with mobile and PC project

New game playable across both formats

Nokia's ambitious plans for the new N-gage platform are to go beyond mobile gaming and include a title that can be played on the home PC as well.

According to a report on consumer site pocketgamer, a game with the working title of Project White Rock is designed to run on new N-gage enabled handsets and home PCs.

Developed by Pathway to Glory developer RedLynx, the project is being overseen by producer Scott Foe, who's past experience includes managing Sega's online Dreamcast portfolio and developing the first MMO for mobile handsets, Pocket Kingdom: Own the World.

The game is to utilise the SNAP technology, which Nokia acquired from Sega back in 2003, and connects mobile devices to PCs.

The report also states that the game has over a thousand lines of recorded dialogue and will have the same resolution on the PC as it will on the new N-gage-enabled devices.

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