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Any plans for EA Mobile to release more games for Android?

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by nhindian, Jun 27, 2010.

  1. nhindian

    nhindian Well-Known Member
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    I know we got their Tetris and Bejeweled, but what about their other line of games like FIFA 10, NCAA, NFL, ...

    Step it up boys!
     

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  2. nevergonnauseth

    nevergonnauseth Well-Known Member
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    It'd be better if we all posted on their official forms and show the demand. They'd release it in a heart beat if they knew they could make money offa it.
     
  3. ludist210

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  4. HauntedHallows

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    i would love an on-rails EA shooter like dead space. I think that would work good on a touch screen
     
  5. ari-free

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    "EA is working on many titles for the Android. While I am unable to give direct details on products, just know EA has not forgotten the Android market & we have some exciting products in the making."
     
  6. rushmore

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    EA had to wait for the install base of devices to grow that had decent app space. The apps2sd update in Froyo is a HUGE factor in all of this, hence EA's timing for fall and spring 2011 releases for Android.

    Most EA games would take up a very large portion of the average app space for the current install base of Android devices. No point making them until now.
     
  7. mrmojoz

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    Storage was certainly an issue that needed to be sorted before Android could grow as a gaming platform. I'm glad Google addressed this.
     

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