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Video game rental service GameFly jumps into mobile publishing and plans an independent Android game store later this fall.
Game rental startup GameFly is starting a gamer-centric social network on Android devices, the company announced today. It has launching an updated app that gives gamers access to more networking features.
GameFly, the top video game rental subscription service, is following in the footsteps of movie service Netflix by launching a digital distribution business.
Redbox, which runs several kiosks in stores that let individuals rent movie DVDs at cheap rates, announced Thursday that it is introducing video game rentals to around 21,000 of its kiosks.