PC World reports that Massachusetts based IT company Novell is demonstrating software that can convert games developed using Microsoft’s XNA 4.0 game engine to iPhone apps. The company is also said to be in late stage development of tech that can do the same for Google Android powered smart phones. Microsoft has demonstrated its own tech enabling XNA games developed for Windows and Xbox 360 to run on its own mobile operating software, Windows Phone 7. Novell s tech, called MonoTouch, takes it broader by allowing developers to convert their XNA .NET apps into iPhone and Android code. PC World says the company used the tech to demonstrate how the same Indiana Jones game Microsoft has recently used to showcase its Xbox 360 to Windows Phone 7 conversion can run on iPhone.

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