WildTangent, hit a videogames for PC rental service, has made its foray into the mobile market. With Wild Tangent will not longer be limited to buy mobile games because now we can also rent them or even download some completely free terminals or tabletsAndroid.
Most rentals have a dollar cost of 25 cents per 24 hours - equivalent to a WildCoin, the currency managed by the service- but this price may vary depending on the application.
One of the most interesting things is that successive rentals are paying the price of the game in question, so for example if a game costs $1.99 USD, after 8 rents the game will be ours. It's a very interesting system that after some rents the user can decide to buy the rest of the game, when perhaps it has already paid a 50 or 75% of the total price.
For now, WildTangent has a catalogue with 91 games among which we note very good titles like Doodle Jump, Burn the Rope, Fruit Ninja, Age of Zombies or even the game of the movie Twilight, but still need to see some great games of EA and Gameloft.
The games are downloaded from the servers of WildTangent and no Android Market. This implies that some applications may have one lower in Google store price, so those wishing to save should compare costs
This application can download scanning WildTangent site QR code or by requesting a descent to our email link. The fact that users try games before making their purchase also pleases some manufacturers, and why WildTangent pre-installed in certain tablets as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 plus.