Developer says the future of gaming is in the palm of your hand.
Games publisher EA continues to make its fondness of mobile known, admitting it will become digital-only in the future, a snub to its video game heritage.
Meanwhile, recent data from PopCap shows that 125m people use handheld games devices in the UK and US, with most of the mobile play taking place indoors.
SuperData also found that the mobile games market is set to be worth £4.8bn by 2015, a near threefold growth on today.
Mobile games studio Neon Play crossed the 40m downloads milestone yesterday, achieved in two years, and CEO Oli Christie reckons consoles are on the way out.
Christie, said: "In less than five years, your iPhone or your iPad will be console-quality in terms of the graphics and processing power…You won’t need a console any more.
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