Nokia rolls out refreshed game service

Nokia has launched a mobile games service that enables customers to buy and download games to their handsets, an Associated Press report said. N-Gage, which is limited to handsets in Nokia's N81 and N95 series, will let users try out the games before paying for them. Some 30 games are available.

The number will increase to 60 during 2008, Nokia said, the report said.

Nokia delayed launching the new service, and its earlier N-Gage games failed to attract customers, but the Espoo,Finland-based company said it was encouraged by feedback from 'thousands' of people in more than 100 countries who took part in an eight-week pilot..

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