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Mobile game firm Spiel ties up with actor Arshad Warsi













MUMBAI: Indian mobile game development company Spiel Studios has announced their partnership with film actor Arshad Warsi for an worldwide contract to develop and distribute games based on his title.


Soon Arshad Warsi will be seen in a series of mobile games to be released by Spiel Studios. All the games will be developed by Spiel Studios and will be available on all the leading mobile service providers worldwide.

 

Arshad Warsi’s personality Spiel says is a perfect match to develop games, and the users will be able to relate to Arshad Warsi while enjoying the gameplay. All the games will be based on Arshad’s characters, hobbies, likings and personality. These games will revolutionize the Indian mobile gaming industry and set a new benchmark for itself.


Warsi has had a string of hits like Munnabhai MBBS, Salaam Namaste, Golmaal and Lage Raho Munnabhai. His forthcoming films include Kabul Express.


Going by the increasing popularity of Mobile games and the mass appeal that Arshad Warsi has in the country, the games will definitely prove to be a huge success in the Indian & International market. These games will be an exciting mix of strategy, skill and speed and will even feature some of Arshad Warsi’s signature dialogues which will be a treat for his fans.


Warsi says, “Mobile gaming is a new concept in India, and I am sure these games will create a rage in the Indian market. I am a game freak myself and I have seen some screenshots and demos of the games that Spiel has created and they’re great. I am looking forward to my affiliation with them as they recreate the magic on the screen of the mobile phone.”

 

Spiel Studios CEO Mohit Sureka said, “Arshad Warsi connects brilliantly with the audience, and a common man can relate to him in a much better way than any other star. He is one of the most prominent sought out actor in India and we look forward to a dynamic association with him.


"With India becoming a hub for the wireless platform, bollywood based Mobile games are particularly gaining a huge popularity with the audiences. Spiel, as an organisation, is committed to take Indian games to the International market by offering high quality performance based mobile games.”


The games will be available for downloads from all leading mobile service providers worldwide for a one time download fee or on a ‘pay-per-play’ model.


The first game to be released thisd month will feature Arshad battling the veteran baddies of Bollywood in a street fight combat. The game will be called Arshad’s Fight Club.

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