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Aeria Games targeting mobile space with aggressive launch schedule
Aeria Games targeting mobile space with aggressive launch schedule
March 2, 2012 | By Tom Curtis

March 2, 2012 | By Tom Curtis
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Newsbrief: MMO publisher Aeria Games has opened a brand new mobile division in Santa Clara, California, and the company says it has an aggressive plan to launch one to two mobile titles per month.

This is a significant move for the company, as it has previously focused on PC- and browser-based MMOs such as Hello Kitty Online, Dragon's Call, and more.

The company hopes to release its first mobile titles this spring, and the lineup includes games such as Eden Eternal: Monster Arena, Tuff Tanks, and Armygeddon.

Aeria Mobile currently has 25 employees, and the studio plans to expand quickly as it ramps up internal development and seeks new business partners.


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Jeremy Reaban
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Unless it's a different Aeria, they are also working to port Falcom's Trails in the Sky series to iOS.

That series is perhaps the ultimate form of the classic JRPG. Xseed brought out of the first game in the series on the PSP, but that looks like that's going to be it.

If the rumored Steam version doesn't show up, it's probably going to be the last straw for me getting an iPod Touch


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