Outsourcing specialist Babel have launched a mobile compatibility lab, to cope with the increase of mobile device based games that they are responsible for testing, including Who Wants To Be A Millionaire for PDA's.

Wireless gaming has been gathering pace at an astonishing rate over the past year, and the market will apparently be worth $4.3 billion in 2006 according to latest research, with around 53 million potential wireless gamers.

Babel's compatibility lab is able to provide full testing of titles and applications on Pocket PC's, Palm, Game Boy Advance, and mobile phones including the Nokia Communicator, meaning that publishers no longer have to do extensive testing of their games in-house, which used to be costly and time consuming due to the number of varied devices that the titles can run on.

"It is essential that publishers are confident that their games are compatible over the entire range of handheld devices. We provide them with this confidence" said Babel's business development director, Ben Wibberley.

More information about Babel can be found on their website at www.babelmedia.com and you can download Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? for the Pocket PC, Psion and Palm PDA's, free of charge, along with extra question sets for a small fee.