Gameloft VP: We're developing HTML5 games, will support Windows Phone 8

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The past year has been ripe with partnerships and new initiatives for mobile gaming publisher Gameloft, which passed the 35 million monthly player mark back in March. In the past few months Gameloft announced a partnership with MediaTek to preload games on phones using the latter's chipsets. The French company also inked partnerships with movie studios to bring The Dark Knight Rises and The Amazing Spiderman games to iOS and Android, and it secured a deal with toy manufacturer Hasbro to offer mobile titles based on My Little Pony and Littlest Pet Shop. At the head of Gameloft's publishing efforts in North America and Latin America is Baudouin Corman, the company's vice president of publishing for the Americas. Corman, who has been with Gameloft since 2005, recently spoke with FierceMobileContent Associate Editor Sandhya Raman about the company's changing mobile strategy, making titles for different markets and the company's recent licensing partnerships. On the Hot Seat

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