As Android continues to grow more and more development companies from Apple iOS developers to traditional computer game developers are gravitating towards Google’s mobile OS. The latest in that group is New York City based Exent. Exent is one of the largest distributors of broadband based on-demand games for the PC.
Now Exent is hoping to build a solid mobile business for Android in their new product GameTanium mobile. Exent offers a great solution for developers to handle the ever so popular app discovery problem with Android. They are also targeting users who want to pay a once a month price of $4.99 to play as much as they can from a library of Gametaniun games which carries about 75 titles.
Through their traditional broadband gaming service Exent has already developed relationships with mobile ecosystem partners like Verizon, Pop Cap and Ubisoft.
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GigaOM reports that Exent plans on having 200 game titles by the end of the year and some of their launch offerings include; Farm Frenzy, Wave Blazer, Majesty Fantasy and more. Exent is banking on the success of Netflix and Spotify which have shown that mobile users will pay for a service if the amount of content is worth it.