Pac Man, Final Fantasy and Ridge Racer amongst 22 titles to hit the smartphone range.
The Nokia Store has supported more than 5bn app downloads, which has been driven by 411 developers each reaching the 1m mark, while India Games, Pico Bros, and Inode have collectively accounted for more than 100 million downloads.
In an attempt to build on the figures, the Finnish OEM has partnered with games publisher Namco Bandai to offer 22 retro arcade games to users of its Symbian-powered touchscreen Asha devices.
The Asha phones were launched just last month, and are targeted towards 'urban youngsters', most of which will likely be unfamiliar with the classic titles on offer like Pac-Man, Final Fantasy, and Ridge Racer.
The games will be priced between 99c and $2.99, and will be available to over 52 countries.
James Kucera, head of mobile for Namco Bandai Games America, said: "Our partnership with Nokia perfectly illustrates the strengths of our brand's experience and leadership in the mobile games industry and fits our mutual resolve to bring games to all mobile users worldwide."
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