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Mplayit: Try Free Mobile Game Demos Before You Buy

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How many times have you plunked down your hard earned cash on a new game for your mobile phone, only to find out the game sucked? Now you can try out full (time-limited) versions of many mobile games right in your web browser before you decide to buy.

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The guys over at mplayit offer you the chance to play a number of Java-based games from the convenience of your computer’s web browser. The site currently offers over 60 fully playable titles including games from EA Mobile, NAMCO, SEGA, Gameloft, Digital Chocolate and other popular mobile game makers. An phone key emulation wrapper lets you use your mouse or key controls to play the games just like they’d work on your phone. To keep up on the latest games, they also offer an RSS feed of the latest game demos as they’re released.

While most games have a time limit of 3 to 5 minutes, it’s definitely enough for you to get a taste for each title, and to make a better informed decision before you load up your cell phone with a bunch of crap. And maybe you’ll discover some gems that you never would have given a second look to.





Comments (2):

  1. Stanislav says:

    Hello,

    We are a company which developed a Facebook client for mobile phones in Java technology (for accessing to Facebook with mobile phone). We are interested in partnership with you. Are you interested in selling our application through yours channels?

    If you are interested I can send you the presentation and a link to the applications so you can try it.

    Best regards,

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