The first official list of games for WP7



This is the first ever official list of games that will be available for Windows Phone 7.

Not only does it look promising, but also new information from Microsoft employees confirm that it will be possible to play the same game on the Xbox and on Windows Phone devices. This could mean not only great on-line multiplayer turn-by-turn experience, but also an increase of the longevity of the games since once you buy the Xbox version it might bring the WP7 version for free as bonus.

So here is the list so far:

  • 3D Brick Breaker Revolution (Digital Chocolate)
  • Age of Zombies (Halfbrick)
  • Armor Valley (Protégé Games)
  • Asphalt 5 (Gameloft)
  • Assassins Creed (Gameloft)
  • Bejeweled™ LIVE (PopCap)
  • Bloons TD (Digital Goldfish)
  • Brain Challenge (Gameloft)
  • Bubble Town 2 (i-Play)
  • Butterfly (Press Start Studio)
  • CarneyVale Showtime (MGS)
  • Crackdown 2: Project Sunburst (MGS)
  • De Blob Revolution (THQ)
  • Deal or No Deal 2010 (i-Play)
  • Earthworm Jim (Gameloft)
  • Fast & Furious 7 (i-Play)
  • Fight Game Rivals (Khaeon)
  • Finger Physics (Mobliss Inc.)
  • Flight Control (Namco Bandai)
  • Flowerz (Carbonated Games)
  • Frogger (Konami Digital Entertainment)
  • Fruit Ninja (Halfbrick)
  • Game Chest-Board (MGS)
  • Game Chest-Card (MGS)
  • Game Chest-Logic (MGS)
  • Game Chest-Solitaire (MGS)
  • GeoDefense (Critical Thought)
  • Ghostscape (Psionic)
  • Glow Artisan (Powerhead Games)
  • Glyder 2 (Glu Mobile)
  • Guitar Hero 5 (Glu Mobile)
  • Halo Waypoint (MGS)
  • Hexic Rush (Carbonated Games)
  • I Dig It (InMotion)
  • iBlast Moki (Godzilab)
  • ilomilo (MGS)
  • Implode XL (IUGO)
  • Iquarium (Infinite Dreams)
  • Jet Car Stunts (True Axis)
  • Let’s Golf 2 (Gameloft)
  • Little Wheel (One click dog)
  • Loondon (Flip N Tale)
  • Max and the Magic Marker (PressPlay)
  • Mini Squadron (Supermono Limited)
  • More Brain Exercise (Namco Bandai)
  • O.M.G. (Arkedo)
  • Puzzle Quest 2 (Namco Bandai)
  • Real Soccer 2 (Gameloft)
  • The Revenants (Chaotic Moon)
  • Rise of Glory (Revo Solutions)
  • Rocket Riot (Codeglue)
  • Splinter Cell Conviction (Gameloft)
  • Star Wars: Battle for Hoth (THQ)
  • Star Wars: Cantina (THQ)
  • The Harvest (MGS)
  • The Oregon Trail (Gameloft)
  • Tower Bloxx NY (Digital Chocolate)
  • Twin Blades (Press Start Studio)
  • UNO (Gameloft)
  • Women’s Murder Club: Death in Scarlet (i-Play)
  • Zombie Attack! (IUGO)
  • Zombies!!!! (Babaroga)

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You can also watch a great video previewing some o the games.

Cardmobili is now available for Windows Mobile


The end of plastic cards is near as Cardmobili and others start presenting us solutions to pay wirelessly from our smartphones or avoid having to carry innumerous loyalty plastic cards from all over the world:

Cardmobili, the #1 application for loyalty cards, brings you:

  • over 600 cards from all over the world
  • an application compatible with Windows mobile 5.0 and 6.x
  • a safe backup for your cards with options to share them with your friends
  • barcode check-out at the store!
  • And all this… for FREE!

So go ahead and start today getting free of those plastic cards, create your account here.

Beware of Android on your enterprise


Android has come up in the past two years to be a serious contender for the global smartphone market and many OEM’s started adopting this consumer focused new and fun platform.

However Android is not yet quite ready for business use, since it wont hold up to the security demands and standards that are in place in many other mobile platforms such as Windows Mobile, Nokia’s Symbian and Blackberry, among others.

For example, by default many Androids won’t support PIN or password lock, and if you want to protect you personal information and company e-mail, documents in case you lose your device by remote wiping it, you can forget about it.

Also the majority of security policies available for Windows phone devices, such as blocking apps from running or installing or locking down hardware, wont work on Android smartphones.

So if you are thinking on deploying Android devices to your users, maybe you should just hold it until Android gets more business wise.