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IN-FUSIO signs mobile games deal with Vivendi

Source - press release

Mobile phone games provider IN-FUSIO has unveiled a licensing deal with Vivendi Universal to bring Spyro The Dragon and Crash Bandicoot to handsets. Both franchises have shifted millions of units on various console formats over the years, and IN-FUSIO are hoping that the popular platformer characters will bring similar success to the world of mobile gaming. Details are somewhat scarce at this stage, and most of the press release is given over to gibberish about market momentum and brand consistency, but no doubt more information will emerge later in the year as the latest generation of Java-enabled mobile phones begins to take off. Related Feature - Mobile gaming goes 3D

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