Amazon Launches Game Download Service

amazon-logoAmazon.com is planning to joins the world of digitally-distributed games with the launch of its Amazon Game Downloads. The service begins its beta  and offers over 500 casual titles for under $10 each.


As amazon says:

“What Does Beta Mean?
Beta describes a project or process that is being tested.
With that in mind, we’d like to introduce you ti our new Game Download Store, currently in beta. We are continually expanding our selection of games, which already includes hundreds of titles. During this beta phase we will also be testing different features and gathering input from customers like you to ensure that we provide the best possible experience for game download. Even though this store is in beta, everything works, so feel free to search, browse, buy, and download. But be sure to come back often, as the store will continue t evolve over time based on the customer feedback we receive”


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