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History of video games/Platforms/Exent GameTanium

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The Exent GameTanium was a was an Android subscription based service for television oriented gaming.[1] The service would have offered an "All-you-can-eat" style service for $5 a month,[2] with a free three day trial avalible at launch to attract users.[3] This model is similar to many notable streaming services of the late 2010s onwards. The service would have also offered "trophies" for gamers seeking to share their achivements.[2]

A partnership was made with FXI Cotten Candy devices.[4] These were small Android computers contained in a stick formfactor.[5]


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The service launched on Android based tablets on Feburary 26, 2012.[3] The service expanded exclusively to Verizon Wireless smartphones and tablets by July 13th, 2012, at a price of $5.99 a month.[6]


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There is little written about the Exent GameTanium outside of 2012 and 2013.


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  • Baseball Superstars[3]
  • Doodle God[6]
  • Fruit Ninja[3]
  • T-Racer HD[3]
  • World of Goo[6]


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