So the Blackberry Playbook recently got their hands on some pretty interesting games such as Angry Birds Space and Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light. Will those games be enough to entice users to purchase the Playbook or to convince existing users to keep using it? While that remains to be seen, RIM’s Anders Jeppsson has revealed today via his Twitter account that there are plenty of games that will be headed onto the Playbook in the near future.
Some of these games are pretty famous by popular developers such as Halfbrick who will be bringing along Jetpack Joyride and four other games, SEGA with Sonic 4, Unity with Smashcops, Glitchsoft with Star Marine and Fishlabs with Galaxy on Fire 2. No word on when these games will be heading onto the Blackberry App World, but it’s good to know that more high-profile apps and developers have started to show an interest in developing for the Blackberry Playbook. Owners of the Playbook be sure to stay tuned as we will keep you updated with the details!
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- 2012-12-24: Possible native BBM app on the Blackberry Playbook spotted
- 2012-12-20: BlackBerry PlayBook Gets Igloo Update
- 2012-07-23: Sonic 4 Episode 1 now on the BlackBerry PlayBook
- 2012-04-30: Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light now available on the Blackberry Playbook
- 2012-04-25: RIM teases another high-profile app for the Blackberry Playbook, could arrive as soon as next Monday
- 2012-04-24: Blackberry Playbook to get "something wonderful" in App World later today
- 2012-03-14: Dolphin Browser now on the BlackBerry PlayBook