According to VentureBeat, Ngmoco chief publishing officer Simon Jeffery said that developers are already able to sign up for the platform, which already is home to over 100 games. (Though, we imagine most of which are Japanese.) Regardless, Mobage will release globally, meaning mobile gamers worldwide will have access to hundreds of games. Not to mention that when a developer releases a game through Mobage, it will be available globally in almost an instant, Jeffery said.
Now that developers are signing up to get their hands on DeNA's service, Mobage looks to be just on the horizon. The question that stands now is whether Zynga and its slew of mobile gaming acquisitions--including the now Zynga with Friends--is ready for such an attack on the mobile front. And honestly, we won't know until DeNA and Ngmoco show their stuff. Though, it's proven rather difficult to tear my mom's fingers from Words with Friends.
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