Gameloft optimizes popular titles for BlackBerry 10

Gameloft, makers of popular mobile games such as The Amazing Spider-Man, Modern Combat, and Let’s Golf shows strong support for the BlackBerry 10 with plans to optimize its popular titles to the latest BlackBerry platform.

The launch of the BlackBerry Z10 and BlackBerry Q10 made it easier for Gameloft to take advantage of the latest hardware (dual-core processor and 2GB RAM) the new smartphones carry. The new BlackBerry 10 platform also brings multiplayer capabilities to give users a completely immersive gaming experience.

BlackBerry 10 Gameloft

“We’re thrilled to continue supporting BlackBerry customers and to offer a selection of our most popular games for BlackBerry® 10 smartphones,” states Ludovic Blondel, Vice President, OEM Division, at Gameloft. “With its native development kit and powerful hardware, we’ll be able to highlight our unique development approach and allow users to enjoy a fully immersive experience in the world of our games.”

“We’re pleased Gameloft has expanded their innovative game development to take advantage of compelling features in the BlackBerry® 10 platform and in bringing some of their high quality games to BlackBerry customers,” added Martyn Mallick, Vice President, Global Alliances and Business Development, at Research In Motion.

Shark Dash, N.O.V.A. 3: Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance, Asphalt 7: Heat, and UNO™ will be available surrounding BlackBerry App World™ launch date, and Oregon Trail American Settler, Ice Age Village, Real Soccer 2013, The Amazing Spider-Man™, Six Guns, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, The Dark Knight Rises™ and Let’s Golf! 3 will be added to the lineup in the following weeks.

For those who are really interested in getting the new BlackBerries when they come out, you are assured by Gameloft that you’re not left out on the gaming department.


2 Comments

  1. Anonymous /

    Pano kaya nila ihahandle sa Q10 with a square screen. Wag naman sana incompatible XD

  2. Griswold /

    blackberry is finally adapting. the new specs makes it easier for game publishers to port their game to the berry.

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