It's a little bit confusing, especially after we reported last month that Nokia said it will no longer put development time into the N-Gage. HOWEVER, this doesn't mean Nokia won't be releasing more N-Gage games for phones and mobile devices. And to make it a reality, the company's next-generation mobile games development platform was unveiled to sixteen of Nokia's first party games developers, letting them get some hands-on time and figure out if this is going to work out. The new gaming platform will concentrate on a connected multimedia experience and multi-player games. It also includes enhanced 3D game graphics capability and user-friendly search, along with purchase and installation of games.