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Gametanium bringing games-on-demand to Android

In an interesting development for Android gamers, games distributor Exent has announced that it'll be bringing its Gametanium games-on-demand service to the Android. Gametanium will allow Android device owners to access over 100 native, but as yet unnamed games for a flat monthly fee. A free seven-day trial period will also be offered for the service.

Exent has big plans for its Gametanium service. In addition to phones, the company is aiming to bring cross-platform on-demand gaming to a number of devices, including tablets and TV's.

"Exent's GameTanium™ OnDemand will be enhanced and become the first-of-its-kind integrated gaming service that enables users to start a game on one device and continue it on another, delivering seamless play across multiple platforms. Gamers will be able to effortlessly switch between their phone, PC, tablet and TV while their games, scores and levels are instantly saved, transferred and carried to the next device. The gamer's community features including user profiles, customized avatars and prize points will also cross over to the other screens."

Android game developers interested in getting a piece of the games-on-demand action can do so by visiting Exent's site. Gametanium is due to launch on Android in February. [PRNewswire]

Alex Dobie
Alex Dobie

Alex was with Android Central for over a decade, producing written and video content for the site, and served as global Executive Editor from 2016 to 2022.

  • That has to be the worst title of a company I've heard in a long time.
  • At least they didn't call it Unobtainium.
  • sorry, that made me blow coffee out my nose from laughing!
  • What phone is that in the middle? It looks like the ugly child of an iPhone 3GS, a Galaxy S and an LG Optimus 2X
  • it has the earpiece of a droid x the chrome shape and edges of an iphone 3gs a galaxy s notification bar no idea where they got those ugly buttons from
  • The monthly fee would have to be pretty low to hold people's interest.
  • I love people in here that think they know business and demographics. I'm sure that this will do just fine. It's a great idea assuming of course enough game developers get on board and there are quality products.
  • It seems that companies/developers see a lot of hope in the future of android, which there are obviously reasons why. But they must see REALLY big things for google tv if they are willing to incorporate gaming into it with other platforms.
  • The GameTanium service is the only "On Demand" Games service for the Android Platform and for Mobile Phones. We currently have over 100 games and our catalog is always expanding (new games every week). Our service is only $4.99 a month and you don't need to worry about getting bogged down by any annoying advertisements as we are strictly ad-free. Check out the service at , download the app and check out the service for FREE for 7 days!