Hong Kong based mobile technology provider Artificial Life announced today a licensing deal with CBS Digital Media to develop a series of mobile games. Under the terms of the partnership, Artificial Life has acquired the rights to develop several mobile 2.5G, 2.75G and 3G games over a license period of 2 years, and to sell and distribute them in the USA and global markets.
The games will be developed and published by Artificial Life and jointly sold and distributed with CBS Digital Media through off-deck channels via online storefronts. Artificial Life is also responsible for distribution through on-deck channels with operators, handset pre-installments and online direct sales.
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Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer in an interview in Sao Paulo during the CCXP comics and entertainment convention stated Xbox is talking with partners to help create a mobile gaming store that will be designed to take on Apple and Google.
"It’s an important part of our strategy and something we are actively working on today not only alone, but talking to other partners who’d also like to see more choice for how they can monetize on the phone," said Spencer (via Bloomberg).