Windows Phone 7 Game Olympics 2011 Held in Philippines

This month Microsoft held the Windows Phone 7 Game Olympics 2011, an event that actively engaged developers in the Mobile Developers Group of the Philippines to create exciting mobile games using the XNA Game Studio 4.0.

Zandra Nicolas, developer evangelist for Microsoft Philippines, discussed the contest, stating that "Through Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 Game Olympics, we are harnessing the potential of the best Filipino mobile developers and challenging their innovative minds to create fresh, exciting and interactive new games."

This month Microsoft held the Windows Phone 7 Game Olympics 2011, an event that actively engaged developers in the Mobile Developers Group of the Philippines to create exciting mobile games using the XNA Game Studio 4.0.

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