7Seas Entertainment Limited, a Hyderabad-based, intellectual property (IP)-based independent game development company (BSE — 7Seas scrip code 590116), today announced the availability of its 17 mobile games on the Nokia Store.
The Nokia Store is a one-stop-shop for great mobile content to help consumers personalize their Nokia devices. It supports the widest range of content including applications, games, videos, podcasts, productivity tools, web and location-based services.
Launched in 2009, Nokia Store sees more than 11 million downloads per day globally, while in India, the local Nokia Store currently sees more than 12 million downloads a week.
The 17 mobile games that are now available on the Nokia Store include Alexia The Great and The Fight 3D (action), MobiXonix, The Jars-I and The Jars-II (arcade), Moto Rider and Rally Drive (racing), Air War 3D and Shoot Out (shooting), Catches Win Matches 3D (sports), 3D Sudoku and Planets of Sudoku 3D (puzzle), Neetu-The Alien Killer and Great Elude (action),Treasure Trove3D (adventure), and Derby 3D and Kraze (racing).
All these games from the 7Seas Entertainment’s stable are optimised for a range of Nokia handsets, including popular touch devices, Nokia’s new range of Series 40 touch-and-type devices like Nokia N97 mini and Nokia N8, Nokia X6.2.These games, available on the Nokia Store, will cost just Rs.50 per game.
“Nokia and 7Seas Entertainment’s relationship brings in some of the world’s exciting mobile games for game lovers world over” commented Mr. L Maruti Sanker, Managing Director of 7Seas Entertainment Limited.
Mr. Sanker said there were about 800 million mobile subscribers in India and still counting. With mobile gaming emerging as the fastest-growing segment for games, and an increasing number of smartphone devices available in the market, game app stores are becoming increasingly popular.
We are delighted with our growing portfolio of games now available to Nokia Store customers, and look forward to our relationship with Nokia growing leaps and bounds going forward,” Mr. Sanker said.