EA Mobile optimizes titles for Amazon Kindle Fire family

EA Mobile optimizes titles for Amazon Kindle Fire family

EA Mobile is sending out an email today to advise that their games are now optimized for the Kindle Fire, and that new Kindle Fire HD. Titles such as The Game of Life, TetrisMadden 12 and Plants Vs. Zombies are just some of the featured games they have ready for the new Amazon Kindle.

We have been supporting Amazon’s platforms since the beginning and we are delighted to continue this relationship by having some of our top tier games available to consumers immediately for this new device, said Glenn Roland, VP of New Platforms for EA Social Mobile Publishing.

EA Mobile certainly seems to be growing fast as back in Q4 of 2011 they only had 10 games on the Amazon App store. Today, they have 24 games,  with plans on bringing more to Amazon App users.

What do you guys think about their success so far? Do you play any of their mobile-platform games? Let us know in the comments below!

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