Mobile3DGames.com, the Central Database for Mobile 3d Games Launched

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Mobile3DGames.com collects all information over the explosive mobile 3D gaming market. Games, developers, publishers, ratings and reviews for all major mobile gaming platforms organized in an easy to use interactive database.

Serious 3D gaming comes to mobile space this year, with the launch of new cellular phones and handheld consoles, all with hardware accelerated 3D subsystems embedded.

As the number of high performance mobile 3D devices will grow rapidly, developers will be able to create stunning 3D games previously unthinkable. A brand new market for quality mobile content opens.

The main objective of http://www.Mobile3DGames.com is to follow the breathtaking development of mobile 3D gaming and to collect all information related to mobile 3D games in one easy to use central database.

Games, developers, publishers, ratings and reviews for major mobile gaming platforms like Brew, Gizmondo, Java, N-Gage, Nintendo DS and Sony PSP are all listed and organized.

Though the content of website is supervised by an experienced team, visitors of http://www.Mobile3DGames.com can freely deepen the database by adding ratings and reviews on platforms and games or by sharing their opinions and thoughts through the discussion boards.

http://www.Mobile3DGames.com is maintained by Kishonti Informatics, the mobile 3D performance and graphics expert.

About Kishonti Informatics:

Kishonti Informatics created the industry-standard JBenchmark mobile performance tests and database (available at http://www.jbenchmark.com) and launched M3GExport (http://www.m3gexport.com), the highly optimized development tool for the emerging Mobile 3D Graphics standard.

Kishonti Informatics’ software tools are widely used by wireless network operators, phone manufacturers, game developers and enthusiastic consumers worldwide.

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