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  • Rickshaw-friendly mobile games grow in India
  • Rickshaw-friendly mobile games grow in India
    Patrick Bensamou (2010) ©
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Rickshaw-friendly mobile games grow in India

Indian internet coverage is patchy – especially if you’re stuck on a rickshaw. But with one of the largest smartphone user bases in the world, there’s still huge demand for boredom-killing mobile games. One company is finding success by offering more fun for less data.

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