What will mobile games be like in 2010?
4. Proper Facebook-to-phone crossover
Having said that Facebook Connect has been fuelling mobile game connectivity in 2009, it’s been distinctly limited. Bragging about your Tap Tap Revenge scores on Facebook is nice, but there have been relatively few genuinely cross-platform games that you could play on mobile or Facebook – Anytime Pool and Who Has The Biggest Brain? being two of the more high-profile exceptions.
The growth of iPhone and Android will hopefully change this in 2010. All those people finding lost pigs and growing crops on Farmville online will hopefully get a spin-off mobile version to tend their farms on the go. In a just world, Playfish will follow suit with its Restaurant City and Pet Society games.
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