nGame Ltd., the #1 publisher of games for Internet enabled cellular phones in North America, today announced an agreement with TELUS Mobility to provide a channel of eleven wireless games for web-enabled phones.
TELUS Mobility will be the first Canadian operator to offer the “Rat Race” game to its users, which is based on the hit movie from Paramount Pictures. Since release on August 17th, Rat Race has generated more than 700,000 minutes of use in the US, and has been played by more than 130,000 users. Rat Race is also the first mobile Internet phone game based on a major movie license to be released in North America. nGame will provide some of their most popular titles, including “Air Aces”, “Alien Fish Exchange,” the Bafta Nominated “Merchant Princes”, “Rat Race”, “Chop Suey Kung Fu”, “DataClash”, “Number Shuffle”, “Poker Dice”, “Special Ops”, “Dragon Army” and “Carrier Force” for TELUS Mobility Wireless Users with Web-enabled phones.
Rat Race the game, mirrors the action in the movie, and allows up to 6 players to race against each other in a mad dash to be the first to find the $2M prize located in Sliver City. · Air Aces, which is now available to Canadian users for the first time, authentically recreates multiplayer dogfights from the First World