If you’re a Windows Phone user and have an inherent hatred for anything Angry Birds or Fruit Ninja (more to do with overexposure than anything else), then Nokia may have some splendid news for you. No details on how and what the arrangement with Electronic Arts Games is, but heck, who’s complaining? The thought of quality EA Games like Mirror’s Edge, FIFA 2012, Real Racing 2 HD and many more coming to your WP7 device should send some excited shivers down our twiddly thumbs.
The Windows Phone platform has just hit 50,000 apps, which is a tiny speck compared to iOS or Android. 15 percent of total apps in the Windows Phone Marketplace are games. Watch the video after the jump.