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Indiagames ‘BREWs’ a success story with new catalogue of applications

30-November-2006
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Indiagames ‘BREWs’ a success story with new catalogue of applications

Mobile entertainment content company Indiagames on Wednesday launched a collection of new BREW applications, including X’Mas Loot, Star Wars Pictures and Music, Happy Feet, Worms, Cricket World and Skating Challenge.

“We have been associated with Qualcomm for many years and are proud that our BREW applications have gained popularity with wireless subscribers in India and abroad,” said Vishal Gondal, CEO, Indiagames.

“We recently crossed the one-million mark for BREW downloads – a clear indication of the versatility of the BREW solution. Now, we are excited to launch two new applications and four games in time for the holiday season. As developers, we have to adapt to emerging technologies as well as the evolving market pulse. BREW gives us the flexibility to meet these demands – it’s an easy-to-use solution that enables us to quickly and efficiently develop applications and games,” he added.

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