EA’s latest foray into the wonderful world of board games sounds like an extreme makeover of a game normally associated with pensioners.
Fusible spotted the trademark for Full Contact Bingo.
The filing includes the usual categories for social and mobile games, making specific mention of an “On-line computer game” and “electronic computer games provided via the Internet”, as well as “downloadable computer game software via a global computer network and wireless devices; Video game software”.
EA has not commented on the trademark.
Full Contact probably refers to a touch screen interface, but a girl can dream, right? Two little uppercuts, 99.
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