Videocon Mobile is now releasing smartphones pre-loaded with Gameloft games. The two companies have just signed an exclusive agreement where the mobile company is set to embed popular games from the leading digital and social game publisher in the world.
Some of the games included in the list are Asphalt Nitro, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, Nova 3: Freedom Edition, Bubble Bash and others, reports Tech Vorm. The games offered will be a mix of full and trial versions. Each trial version game can be played by a consumer for free up to five times which can last as long as 180 seconds each.
After the user has used all the free trial period, the player can now buy the game and enjoy it on their smartphones. Games can be bought and played on any Indian carrier channe,l reports Tech Nuter. With this partnership deal in place, it will help the gaming industry expand and reach the masses more effectively.
Accessibility is increased and the collaboration also can provide a more superior gaming experience compared to its current level now. Aside from partnering with Videocon, Gameloft is known to have been already in tie-ups with all major original equipment manufacturers across the globe.
Gameloft County Head for India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, Ashish Gupta is quoted to have said that they see an exponential growth in smart devices’ sales and gameplay usage pattern in emerging markets like that of India. Gupta also says that with the upcoming tech leaders like Videocon, high quality titles will become more accessible to costumers. It will in turn enhance the user’s gaming experience.
Meanwhile, Videocon Mobile Phones CEO Jerold Pereira also released a statement saying that the mobile phone has passed the phase when it was used to be considered as a communication device. According to him, mobile phone gaming has become so popular that it has become one of the major elements of the smartphone ecosystem. Pereira adds that since Gameloft is one of the biggest players in the mobile gaming industry, Videocon’s association with the publisher will surely boost the gaming experience of its smartphone consumers.