在上周末刚落幕的2010年东京电玩展（Tokyo Game Show，简称TGS，亚洲最大的游戏展览会）中，不但全球重量级的游戏开发公司成为万众瞩目的焦点，手机游戏也开始成为本届TGS的重大亮点。
Tokyo Game Show 2010: Rise of Mobile Game Trends
Last weekend’s Tokyo Game Show 2010 featured a lot of new video games to the delight of gamers. Normally, the show focuses on big name companies that develop games for the global market. But this year, the rising trend of mobile games has earned them a spot at the TGS 2010.
The mobile area of the event showcased companies such as Apple for Ipod and Ipad games, as well Google Android Games. In this convention, the inclusion of booths for mobile games prove that the Japanese video game industry is changing. Others may call it the decline, but others yet, see it as a broadening of platforms and an embracing of change.
Many of Japan’s young video game designers and producers have decided to strike it on their own. Leaving the security of their careers, they venture off into the young world of mobile gaming.
Mobile games are game applications purchased and downloaded through cellular phones. Users of Apple’s Iphones and Ipads, for example, can buy from the application shops that is offered by the company specifically for these gadgets.
In the same way, small companies, have also begun sprouting with the hopes of hitting the jackpot. The market is limitless because of the millions of mobile phone owners around the world and the many more that are buying mobile phones everyday.
It has become a business option for some employees who set up their own business because they get to explore other options that the more conservative larger companies may more often than not totally ignore. In a way, the market of mobile game applications have turned into a treasure hunt wherein young designers and businessmen, try to tap the millions in profit that their product can rake in.（source:topnewsbuzz）