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GamePop, the ‘Netflix for games’ service from Bluestacks that brings mobile games to your TV, has announced today that Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment, Gree and Ubisoft will all make titles available for the platform.
Among the confirmed games that’ll be making their way across are Nutty Fluffies Rollercoaster and Motoheroz from Ubisoft, and Lego Speedorz and Man of Steel from Warner Bros. Gree’s titles are yet to be confirmed.
Where rival Ouya is looking to diversify its business model to incorporate a range of different devices, GamePop is currently focused on providing its service on its console and TV-connected devices (“the Gamepop service is compatible with any Android or Linux-based Smart TV or cable box,” the company says). A spokesperson told us that the GamePop console will be available late in Q2 this year. It’s seemingly already a little late – it was expected before the end of 2013.
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