Microsoft’s Windows Mobile once was the number one gaming platform – in a time, when the average Palm had a 20MhZ CPU, Compaq offered 200MhZ.

Independent game developers used this hardware potential to their benefit, and created games – until J2ME games and the iPhone took over. With Windows Phone 7, Microsoft seems to “remember its past”.

The operating system was always advertised as being “extra gamer friendly”. In order to prove that, Microsoft provided Engadget with a few images of a 3D game running on a Windows Phone 7 device. One shot is below:
windows phone games Microsoft shows first screenshots of Windows Phone 7 games

Further information can be had at the URL below:
http://www.engadget.com/2010/03/09/microsoft-shows-off-xna-games-running-on-windows-phone-full-3d/


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