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21 November 2009


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    • Stuart Dredge is a UK-based journalist and blogger who's been covering the mobile games industry since 2002. He's written for publications and sites including Pocket Gamer, Mobile Games Analyst, New Media Age, T3, Mobile Choice and Mobile Media.