nGame Ltd., the leading channel, content and technology provider for wireless, PC-web and interactive television community-based games, today announced an agreement with Qwest Wireless to provide a channel of 4 wireless multiplayer games for web-enabled phones. The service is now live.
nGame will host a channel of their most popular titles, including “Alien Fish Exchange,” “Carrier Force”, the Bafta Nominated “Merchant Princes” and “Chop Suey Kung Fu” for Qwest Wireless Users with Web-enabled phones.
The Bafta award nominated Merchant Princes is a medieval trading game set in Europe. Players take on the role of merchants, bringing cargoes of furs, spices, timber, cloth, fish or religious relics from far-flung places to the increasingly hungry consumers of Europe. On the way, they must deal with pirates and bandits, and still outwit their rivals to bring in the best goods at the best profits.
Chop Suey Kung Fu is a humorous and rich multiplayer martial arts combat game. CSKF, is nGames fastest growing title and in just 3 months, more than 300,000 sessions have been played. Players can choose to play against named individuals, provided their opponent is online or against a computer.
Carrier Force is a fiercely competitive multiplayer naval combat game. Each player creates a fleet from a selection of 8 modern warships, which they can then pit in battle against a computer or human opponent.
Alien Fish Exchange is a humorous game wherein players manage a tank of alien fish, a futuristic luxury commodity, which need to be fed and cared for in order to encourage them to breed. The aim of the game is to breed 47 species of alien fish. Alien Fish Exchange currently has more than 200,000 users around the globe.