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THQ games on way to AT&T phones

Games publisher THQ announced an agreement Tuesday with AT&T Wireless to provide games for the company's "mMode" mobile phones. THQ said it will distribute more than 20 games under the agreement, including titles based on franchises such as WWE professional wrestling and Japanese phenomenon Hello Kitty.

Subscribers will be able to download THQ games and related content--at prices ranging from $1 to $5--starting early this year. "Games have been clearly identified as a leading application driving the next generation of wireless technology," Sam Hall, vice president of mMode Services at AT&T Wireless, said in a statement. "Working with a leading video game publisher like THQ gives us critical access to some of the biggest brands in interactive entertainment."