By September 17, 2008

Mytopia cross platform social network gaming

1221670267 Hey, ever wish you could play games with/against persons using different networks and platforms? Well, you’re in luck! At CTIA WIRELESS I.T. & Entertainment 2008, Mytopia Inc., the leading innovator of real-time cross-platform gaming, announced the expansion of its online social gaming community from leading social networks such as Facebook, MySpace, Bebo, hi5 and Friendster to MOBILE DEVICES, including iPhone, BlackBerry, Symbian, PalmOS and Windows Mobile!

For the first time ever, Mytopia members from social networks, widget communities, mobile devices and EVERY smartphone operating system will be able to seamlessly play games and chat together in REAL-TIME!

"For example, you could join a game of Texas Hold ‘Em on your Treo, and play with a friend who’s using an iPhone, a co-worker who’s using a BlackBerry, and a family member who’s logged in through Facebook or MySpace- all in real-time!"

Mytopia is devoted to helping the world play together. Mytopia Labs develops technology to solve the challenges of platform fragmentation across the mobile and web landscapes. Their first product is RUGS™, the Real Time Universal Gaming System, which is now in its 3rd iteration. RUGS™ allows a developer to code in standard languages and instantly compile native applications for every C-based Smartphone, Java and Flash.

Mytopia is a virtual world where players can challenge friends to a game of Chess or Poker or join a team to play against other groups from around the world. Players earn Silver and Gold Nuggets, the Mytopian currency, and cash out their winnings for virtual and REAL prizes in the Shop! You connect real-time and can access across multiple platforms! Now you can stay connected to your Mytopia games and friends – no matter where you go!

Mytopia sounds cool!! You really should check it out today!!

[Via – Treocentral]

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