Gameloft, the company responsible for a plethora of well known mobile games across all sorts of platforms including iOS and now Android, have taken steps to make it that much easier for you to transfer your games from your old Android device, to your new one.
Previously, transferring your Gameloft purchases was an arduous task, whichever way you tried it. One method was to back-up all your titles to your SD card and then physically transfer them over onto your new device. The other method involved ringing customer service to ask politely whether you could have your already-purchased games back, without the risk of incurring any nasty charges. This process, thankfully has been dramatically streamlined thanks to a rethink of the company’s DRM policy.
Now, all you are required to do to get your titles on your new device is jump onto their site and re-download them, no mess, no fuss. I’m sure this will be a much appreciated change to any Android-based mobile gamer too. Changing the rules is something Gameloft haven’t just done to their DRM policy. Since the recent launch of their presence on the Android Market, a fair few changes occurred elsewhere in the company too. They’ve also recently started uploading their latest titles in the Android Market.
Assuming the new system works well, you should be solving puzzles, platforming, shooting or whatever style of mobile gaming you play, in no time. Any problem, resort to the classic customer service method and they should sort you out. All that’s left to say is, I’m off to brush up my Asphalt 5 skills. See ya!