While Windows Mobile used to boast plenty of mobile games for users, that lead has practically been eliminated, thanks to Apple’s introduction of the App Store. That being said, it seems that Microsoft still hasn’t given up on Windows Mobile as the software giant has commissioned Touch Dimensions, a gaming startup from Singapore to bring about twenty games to the Windows Phone Marketplace, all of which will be free to the consumer. The company is known for creating natural interfaces for gaming and coming up with simple little games that folks love on mobile phones. If you want to check out their work, Touch Dimensions already has two games available, which are Autumn Dynasty and Totem Star Lite/Totem Star Christmas. Do you think that additional free games will do the soon-to-be-outdated Windows Mobile any good?
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