Xmas Phone Content A Plenty, Porting For All!
For immediate release.
Wednesday the 14th December 2005
Alten8 is please to announce that in conjunction with various distribution companies, and direct deals with companies, that its Java phone games, and 3GP phone content is being rolled out on many networks, and portals across the globe.
With a range of 30 completed Java games based on classic computer and arcade games, for an existing range of 49 phones, Alten8 is expanding this range over the coming few weeks to cover 132 phones, made by Sony Erricson, Nokia, Samsung, Motorola, LG, NEC, Philips, Sharp, Sendo, and Alcatel. Existing titles will be reworked, more features added, and also ported across to this wider range.
Alten8 is also now accepting porting commissions from other companies, who wish to outsource their mobile phone game porting work . With a quick turn around, and industry beating prices . Alten8 will work with you, to help you bring your phone games to market quicker, and cheaper.
Alten8 is also working with various other independent games developers on a range of what it believes will be AAA quality phone games for early 2006 release, in both 2D, and 3D game formats.
Content licensing continues at a fast pace also with both small, and international companies supplying this material, with sub-licensing and sales of this material ongoing as well.
Alten8 is committed to a long term plan of expansion, in both its role of content developer, publisher and distributor. Working with both new, and established authors and companies, it welcomes all interested parties to contact it.
About Alten8 Limited
Set up at the start of 2005, Alten8 Limited hopes to become a new force in development, publishing and distribution of games and other content, across a range of formats. Both licensing older titles under its retro-soft brand, and all new titles and content under the Alten8 label . Alten8 hopes to become the first port of call for new talent looking for a more flexible way of working. With releases on PPC, Phone, Win32 and other handheld devices available currently, and PC, PS2, GBA etc. early 2006.
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