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- Games-console style gaming takes one step closer to the mobile handset -

IN-FUSIO, a leading mobile games service provider, today announced it will integrate a new vector graphic engine, capable of replaying Flash™ animations, into a forthcoming release of its ExEn (Execution Engine) mobile games engine. Created by Native Technologies, this vector graphic software will be used for the first time in a mobile gaming environment, bringing enhanced, scripted graphics to mobile gamers.

Native’s Flash-based animation technology is dedicated to the mobile environment, ensuring animation is suited to the memory constraints of a typical handset. Frame rates can reach 15 frames per seconds, based on a highly-optimised rendering run-time engine. Using the technology, ExEn® powered games will benefit from vector animation, preview animations, smooth rotations and automatic image sizing depending on the handset being used.

“Overcoming the technical limitations of a typical handset to deliver console-like games is a huge challenge for the mobile entertainment market, and one of IN-FUSIO’s key objectives,” explains Thomas Landspurg, CTO of IN-FUSIO. “Integration of Native’s technology will bring a new dimension to games by displaying unprecedented graphical animation and takes us one step closer to our goal. We have always been one step ahead in terms of mobile entertainment innovation, this technology will push this lead even further.”

IN-FUSIO’s solution allows games to be downloaded from an operator and played ‘off-line’ on the handset using ExEn, which is embedded within the phone’s memory. With download times taking no more than three minutes, mobile gamers are no longer at the mercy of WAP-based technology and intermittent transfer-rates.

Native’s solution allows current 2G and 2.5G handsets to display fast animations with low memory and processor footprints. The run-time engine has been wholly designed to fit slow processor's constraints, and can not only be used as a platform for mobile games but also as a standard format for the next generation of mobile messaging solutions.


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IN-FUSIO is a mobile games service provider. Created in August 1998, it was the first to launch the concept of games for mobile phones. Today, IN-FUSIO is Europe’s leader in downloadable games, providing a complete gaming service to mobile operators including; technical services, access to a wide games catalogue and game centre management. The company has reinforced its market leading position thanks to its downloadable games, made possible with the ExEn® download gaming engine and the Gamezilla platform. IN-FUSIO’s downloadable games now have an average penetration rate of 50% amongst owners of ExEn enabled handsets. IN-FUSIO has over 1 million game sessions played and paid for every month!

IN-FUSIO’s games are currently available through mobile operators and portals including: D2 Vodafone, Orange France, Omnitel Vodafone, Telefonica Moviles, SFR (Vodafone), China Mobile, Vizzavi Europe, Terra Mobile, T-Motion, Sunday, and Telstra. The company also has partnerships with manufacturers such as Siemens, Motorola, Sagem, Philips, and Trium by Mitsubishi; game studios and publishers such as IOMO, Kaolink, Ulysseo, CryoNetworks, Infra World and licensors such as Universal, Abalone and Smiley. These partnerships ensure the very best games can be adapted to all handsets. For more information, we invite you to visit IN-FUSIO’s website

About NATIVE Technologies

Innovative French company Native Technologies was founded in July 2000. Today it is one of the leading multimedia and system software provider for embedded appliances.
Native’s solutions are based on Flash(tm) technology, and consist in a highly optimised player, a resource-aware simulator taking into account processor speeds and display formats, as well as an authoring tool based on the XML standard allowing automatic Flash animation production.

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For further Press information, please contact:

Ronan Jézéquel
Native Technologies


Yann Mondon
Tel: + 33 (0) 557 773 815

Andrew Durkin / Tim De Luca Smith
Tel: + 44 (0) 1753 889100

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