Amiga Games Reach 30 Titles On The Way To 100 For the New BlackBerry Z10
Amiga continues to add new titles to BlackBerry World on a regular basis.
SEATTLE, Washington, USA. --- Amiga, Inc has increased the number of titles available to BlackBerry 10 customers to 30 and will be adding new titles regularly to the BlackBerry® World™ storefront for the BlackBerry® Z10 and soon to be released BlackBerry® Q10 smartphones, as well as the BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet.
Amiga is pleased to be part of the successful launch of the BlackBerry 10 platform and will continue to deliver games and other content and services to the platform on a regular basis.
Amiga is working with various publishers and developers to deliver Amiga titles, from the past, present and into the future, in high quality to the BlackBerry 10 platform.
AmigaAnywhere developers can also take advantage of new additions in AA2 that support and expand upon AmigaAnywhere to support the new BlackBerry 10 platform.
The first Amiga computer shipped in 1985 and was an immediate hit with game developers and publishers. Many of today's best known game publishers made their start on the Amiga. The high quality production of games from the likes of Team 17, Ocean, EA, Factor 5, Lucas Arts, Bitmap Brothers and Cinemaware, to name just a few, coupled with the state-of-the-art hardware made an unbeatable combination. Today Amiga, Inc. is working with these publishers to make many of these amazing games available to play once again.
Calling all classic Amiga game developers and publishers... If you hold the publishing rights to a commercial Amiga game or application, or know somebody that does, then we are seeking to get in touch with you. Amiga are bringing classic games written for the original Amiga hardware to life on Blackberry devices using our new Amiga Anywhere platform. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The AMIGA® personal computer was developed and sold by Commodore International and Amiga Corporation. Amiga, Inc. produces and distributes enabling technologies and applications for wired and wireless devices that provide technology to developers for writing and porting applications to a new multi-media operating system that is hardware agnostic, enabling applications to run unchanged on various support platforms including Cell Phones, Tablets, Desktops, Set Top Boxes, and Digital Televisions. For more information, visit www.amiga.com or email email@example.com
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