Let's face it, Verizon's Get-it-Now service is somewhat outdated, as its been around for almost 5 year, since the introduction of the LG VX8000. Then last year Verizon introduced Dashboard, which has different categories for news, entertainment, and games, but was only available on a select number phones. Now, at CTIA 2009, comes an announcement that Verizon will launch a Mobile Web Games and Apps Store, which customers can access directly through their phone's WAP or HTML browser. The new Mobile Web Games and Apps Store uses graphics, an easy-to-navigate menu, and keyword search to guide customers to the wide variety of titles and tools. Once you select a game, such as “Tetris” and “Guitar Hero World Tour,” you can then preview and sample it before purchasing.
Remember, that unless you have the $15/month VCast Pack you will be charged $1.99 per MB for any game that is downloaded.