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That same year Panasonic released a virtual pet game in which the pet is fed by photos of foods taken with the camera phone.

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The N-Gage brand was retained for a few years as a games service included on Nokia's general-purpose phones.Some early companies utilized the camera phone technology for mobile games such as Namco and Panasonic.In 2003 Namco released a fighting game that used the cell phone's camera to create a character based on the player's profile and determined the character's speed and power based on the image taken; the character could then be sent to another friend's mobile phone to battle.Snake (and its variants), that was preinstalled in most mobile devices manufactured by Nokia, has since become one of the most played video games and is found on more than 350 million devices worldwide.A variant of the Snake game for the Nokia 6110, using the infrared port, was also the first two-player game for mobile phones.With the advent of feature phones (contemporarily referred to as the 'camera phone') more hardware power became available even in bottom-of-the-range devices.

Colour screens, multi-channel sound and most importantly the ability to download and store new applications (implemented in cross-industry standards such as J2ME and BREW) paved the way for commercial mobile game publishing.

First of all, it widened consumers' opportunities to choose where to download apps; the application store on the device, operator’s store or third party stores via the open internet, such as Get Jar and Handango.

The Apple users, however, can only use the Apple App Store, since Apple forbids the distribution of apps via any other distribution channel.

In Europe, downloadable mobile games were introduced by the "Les Games" portal from Orange France, run by In-fusio, in 2000.

Whereas before mobile games were usually commissioned directly by handset manufacturers, now also mobile operators started to act as distributors of games.

Consequently, the number of commercially highly successful mobile games proliferated soon after the launch of the App Store.