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iPhone SDK: Developers include THQ, Namco, PopCap, EA, Sega
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THQ, Namco, PopCap join EA, id, Sega in creating titles for Apple handset
In the first four days since Apple made its iPhone SDK available, over0 developers have downloaded the application.
Electronic Arts, THQ, PopCap, Namco, id Software and Sega are just anumber of games developer working on titles for the Apple handset.
"Developer reaction to the iPhone SDK has been incredible with morethan 100,000 downloads in the first four days," said Philip Schiller,Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing.
"Also, over one million people have watched the launch video, further demonstrating the incredible interest developershave in creating applications for the iPhone."

The beta SDK is free to download. Apple has also recently unveiledits new App Store which allows developers to deliver applicationsdirect to iPhone and iPod touch users, and retain 70 per cent of allsales revenue.
"The iPhone is the mobile platform game developers have been dreaming of," said Scott Zerby, vice president, of THQ Wireless.
"We're looking at how we can use the iPhone’s innovative userinterface to create new game experiences for our big brandentertainment partners that consumers love."

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