Electronic Arts on Wednesday unveiled titles tailored for play on mobiles based on Google's Android open-source software
Globally popular "Tetris" is available for the first of what is expected to be an
array of mobile telephones based on the free open software platform.
US telecom carrier T-Mobile last week began selling G1 smart phones made by
Taiwan-based HTC. Motorola is believed to be on the cusp of rolling out
Android-based mobile phones of its own.
EA said that puzzle-game "Bejeweled" and a videogame version of the real estate
empire-building game "Monopoly" will be available for G1 handsets in November and
that more games are "in development."
The games will be sold in US stores and online at www.eamobile.com.
EA Mobile has versions of "Tetris," "Bejeweled," and "Monopoly" and other games
available for BlackBerry handheld devices and smart phones built with Microsoft's
The California company has customized mobile versions of "Spore," "Tetris,"
"Sudoku," and "Scrabble" for Apple's hot-selling iPhones.