Windows Phone 7 will be receiving Full House Poker on March 16, 2011, to go alongside the Xbox 360 version.
Developed by Krome Studios, Full House Poker involves 3D poker gaming ‘with a twist’. Instead of creating or using a random character, you can play as your Xbox Live avatar, warts and all.
Not only that, the card game will integrate with the console version: Progress, experience and money made in one version automatically saves within the other.
Seeing as Microsoft promised much greater connectivity between the two, Full House Poker represents a good start. Still, it’s not quite Kinect support and we’ve yet to see if you can play multiplayer between console and phone.
Full House Poker, which will have 200 gamerscore to achieve, will cost $2.99 (UK price is likely to be £2.49) on the Windows Phone Marketplace and 800 Microsoft Points on Xbox Live.