Gaijin expands to Android12 December 2011 10:45:58
SD card users will soon be able to use some of the apps developed by award-winning developer Gaijin.
The software company has announced that due to the popularity of the Android operating system, it has decided to expand its operations to produce titles for the smartphones and tablet devices.
Anton Yudintsev, the company's chief executive, said it was exciting to be part of Android's future.
"We look forward to expanding our Android roster in the coming years, both with ports of our popular iOS games and with new releases," he added.
The firm announced that its first two releases will be Modern Conflict and Gomoku With Pals.
Modern Conflict has been critically acclaimed on the iPhone and is now available for free to SD card owners with 8.2MB of spare capacity.
With the growing popularity and sophistication of Android apps, smartphone users may wish to purchase extra memory cards to ensure they are not limited in their choice.
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