BlackBerry 10, especially the Z10, is
RIM's BlackBerry's best chance of getting back the average consumer. Of course, any good smartphone needs apps and BlackBerry 10 will launch with 70,000 of them. Joining those apps will be a number of games from Gameloft's portfolio.
Gameloft, developer of popular mobile titles like Ice Age Village and My Little Pony, announced today that it will be supporting the launch of BlackBerry 10 with 11 titles. None of these are new titles, but rather ports of the developer's most popular titles on iOS and Android. The titles coming at the launch of BlackBerry 10 and the weeks after include:
“We’re thrilled to continue supporting BlackBerry customers and to offer a selection of our most popular games for BlackBerry 10 smartphones,” states Ludovic Blondel, Vice President, OEM Division, at Gameloft. “With its native development kit and powerful hardware, we’ll be able to highlight our unique development approach and allow users to enjoy a fully immersive experience in the world of our games.”
Gameloft says that Shark Dash, N.O.V.A. 3, Asphalt 7, and UNO will all be available around the launch of the BlackBerry App World on BlackBerry 10. Everything else will launch in the weeks following the launch of the handsets.