Mobile recycling could be an option for gaming fans
18 March 2010 — 11:45 AM
Gaming fans could wish to consider upgrading their existing mobile phone to an Apple iPhone and might be able to do so with mobile recycling.
Consumers may find that the handset is appealing due to the range of downloadable games and applications that are on offer to boost the device to meet their needs.
The mobile is soon set to launch Mirror's Edge, a title that has appeared on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 to a great deal of critical acclaim.
Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "Gamers all over the UK will be thrilled with the release of Mirrors Edge on the iPhone. Trading in your old handset for cash is the ideal way to get your hands on one and start playing!"
EA Games hopes to make the gameplay as "user-intuitive as possible", reports Know Your Mobile.
Mirror's Edge features 14 levels of varying difficulty and the website states: "The controls, which fully utilise the iPhones superior touchscreen capabilities, allow for fluid movements and fast-paced game play".
Anthony Keyworth, director of product marketing for Orange UK, recently suggested that the range of games and apps on offer to mobile users leaves them "spoilt for choice".
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