RadioShack to offer Jamdat mobile games

RadioShack has agreed to sell some of mobile game publisher Jamdat's titles through its stores. The two companies will first offer six Jamdat games, including Tetris, Jamdat Bowling 2, Bejeweled, Solitaire, Yahtzee, and Casino/Blackjackwith. Games will be available on a subscription basis or as a one-time purchase. Charges for the games will appear on the customer's monthly cell phone bill. No financial details of the partnership were released. This deal is one of the first major retail efforts for the mobile game market. Jamdat is a member of the 2004 FierceWireless Fierce 15, an annual list of the top emerging wireless companies.

For more on RadioShack's deal with Jamdat:
- view this press release

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