Gameloft, a leading developer and publisher of games for mobile phones, today confirmed its intention to develop over 15 mobile games built upon Apple's iPhone Software Development Kit (SDK).
Though the SDK was recently released, games will only be available to purchase once the Apple Store -- featuring third party applications that can be downloaded to devices via WiFi or EDGE -- launches in June 2008.
Utilizing the SDK package, Gameloft development teams have started to create a strong line-up for 2008.
iPhone has proved to be a revolutionary gaming device, thanks in part to a 3.5-inch widescreen, the touch screen feature, a strong 3D processor and other exciting features such as the accelerometer.
Gameloft has already proven successful in their recent relationship with Apple by developing mobile games that are uniquely adapted to the iPod.
Gameloft sells more than 200,000 games per day throughout 80 countries.
Gameloft has 200-plus titles, including 40 games that sold over 1 million copies worldwide.
Gameloft is the worldwide number one mobile game publisher in revenues according to the official Q4 2007 figures published by mobile game companies for that quarter.