Nokia Exclusivity Has Ended for Three Windows Phone Games
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The six-months of Nokia exclusivity has come to an end for three Windows Phone games. All three titles are now available to all devices, and are detailed below.

Blobster | $2.99 | WP7 + WP8 | 13 MB | Achievements

"Get ready to meet one gooey hero… Blobtopia is at risk from some nasty pollution from the evil Big and Powerful Corporation, and it’s up to you to help! Blobster is an awesome platforming adventure with a twist! Flick the flubbery fella across incredible levels; avoid pitfalls, water hazards, squish pesky bad guys and collect amazing power-ups on your way to cleaning up Blobtopia and defeating Blobzilla!"

Flight Control Rocket | $2.99 | WP7 + WP8 | 41 MB | Achievements

"It’s Flight Control… But Not As You Know It!Flight Control Rocket is the next evolution of Firemint's genre-defining #1 hit, Flight Control.Leave the terrestrial skies of Earth and venture into a whole new galaxy of adventure, action, and addictive path-drawing gameplay!"

Picnic Wars | $2.99 | WP7 + WP8 | 66 MB | Achievements

"It's a battle as old as time, fruit versus vegetable. Take the role of either edible army in this arcade fort destroying game with an appetising twist. Catapult your fruits or veggies into enemy fortresses and crush their defences to a pulp! "


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Comment #2 by liana_c
Friday, July 19, 2013 @ 08:27:11 AM
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Dunno about you guys, but these games aren't exactly on my radar, lol

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Comment #3 by XwomackX
Friday, July 19, 2013 @ 08:37:44 AM
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That's great now how bout the mobile mass effect game. I specifically own a windows phone cause I game so much but since I got the HTC phone and not Nokia (also not happy with Spartan assault being verzion first) I feel like I'm being punished for actually supporting MS, WTH.

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Comment #4 by Masterchief950
Friday, July 19, 2013 @ 08:45:07 AM
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@3 How do you feel punished for supporting MS? Wouldn't you feel punished for what "Mobile Provider" you're on?

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Comment #5 by XwomackX
Friday, July 19, 2013 @ 08:54:54 AM
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@4 all the above, they are Xbox games regardless of provider or phone maker should release to all who have WP, but that's wishful thinking I'll be able to get them eventually lol just sucks that my combo of maker/provider is always the red-headed step child

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Comment #6 by asocialreject
Friday, July 19, 2013 @ 09:44:30 AM
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@5 Spartan Assault is a case of Microsoft being utter morons and selling their their for a few $$$ to Verizon.

All these EA Nokia games are totally different as the money Nokia pays EA makes the ports happen, if Nokia didn't have exclusivity the games would never be on Windows Phone at all.

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Comment #7 by asocialreject
Friday, July 19, 2013 @ 09:45:40 AM
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*their soul

Fuck knows how I typed 'their their'.

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Comment #8 by simon_super_sheep
Saturday, July 20, 2013 @ 04:29:59 PM
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I'm annoyed at the fact i brought a Nokia lumia 620 and i cant play nearly all the new games coming out e.g. Mass effect and halo Spartan assault due to the fact 9 out of 10 new games need 1gb of ram or higher and my phone only has 512mb so that's a big kick in the nuts because i have to put up with the same basic game just with a different name.

on topic - might try out picnic wars although it was already available to me i haven't got round to playing it yet.

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