Vodafone has signed a deal to provide Java games to its customers in 35 countries.
The agreement gives the operator worldwide distribution rights to entertainment publisher Wonderphone's Java games catalogue, which is co-published with Vivendi Universal Games International.
Crash Nitro Kart will be the first title to be distributed via the agreement, and will initially be made available exclusively through Vodafone live! in 10 countries.
The arcade action game features Crash Bandicoot kart racing through 12 circuits and three universes.
Graeme Ferguson, executive head of content development at Vodafone, said: "Java games are an important part of the Vodafone live! portfolio.
"Crash Bandicoot is a best-selling console franchise, a brand that has recognition across a broad section of the gaming community and we are delighted that our customers will be among the first to experience the thrills of Crash Nitro Kart on their mobile phones."
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