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Universomo Ltd. was a Finnish video game developer based in Tampere, Finland. It was founded in 2002, and acquired by THQ on May 9, 2007.[1][2] Universomo also has offices in Helsinki, Finland and San Diego, United States. Universomo is focused on games for mobile phones, the iPhone and the N-Gage. On January 12, 2010 THQ announced a Nintendo DS game Beat City developed by Universomo,[3] marking the developer's first entry to the handheld gaming market.

On March 2, 2010 the shutdown of the studio was announced[4] while THQ Wireless will continue developing games with external studios.

The company is best known for the favorably reviewed mobile[5] and iPhone[6] versions of de Blob, the mobile, iPhone and N-Gage versions of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed and the mobile versions of Lego Star Wars: The Video Game series.

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  • Beat City
  • Star Wars: Cantina Dash
  • WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2010
  • Treasure Grab
  • Indiana Jones and the Lost Puzzles
  • Up
  • Prison Tycoon
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars
  • Wall-E
  • Pass The Pigs
  • Chop Sushi!
  • Super Fruitfall
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
  • de Blob
  • Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
  • Puzzle Quest: Warlords
  • Playboy Pool Party
  • Snood Blaster
  • Ratatouille: Cheese Rush
  • Destroy All Humans! Crypto Does Vegas
  • MX vs ATV Untamed
  • Juiced 2
  • Stuntman Ignition
  • Ocean's 13
  • Emergency Mayhem
  • 300: The Mobile Game
  • Lego Star Wars
  • Lego Star Wars II Mobile
  • Stones of Khufu
  • Destroy All Humans! 2
  • Rollercoaster Rush
  • Magic Inlay
  • Bionicle Heroes
  • Juiced Eliminator
  • Bounce Out
  • Gorillaz Entertainment System
  • Habbo Creatures
  • Habbo Dreams
  • Get Rich or Die Tryin'
  • Gem Drop
  • PileUp!
  • Star Wars Battle Above Coruscant
  • Stunt Plane
  • Sumo Smash!
  • Jumbo Rumble
  • Bones Adventuring Co.
  • Trails of Terror - Mutiny
  • Kloner - Together in the Dark
  • Bones - The First Adventure

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