Danish mobile games company to launch multiplayer concept  

Aalborg based Microgames set to launch multiplayer games for J2ME mobile phones this autumn

Danish mobile games company Microgames, based in Aalborg in Northern Jutland, expects to launch multi-player games for mobile phones this autumn. Microgames specialises in software development of multiplayer games used for Java enabled mobile phones (J2ME). According to one of the founders of Microgames, Theis Aamand Olesen, the multi-player game market is forecast to reach an annual turnover of more than DKK 80 million (USD 12 million).


The local innovation centre NOVI Innovation has recently invested millions in start-up capital in the company, although the exact amount has not been disclosed. The NOVI cash will be used to distribute the multi-player games to network operators in Denmark and the rest of Europe. Microgames' current cooperation partners are Siemens Mobile Phones, Motorola and End2End. The latter is a service provider for mobile data services in Europe. The news is reported on www.northdenmark.dk.



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