Club Air-Edge

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Club Air-Edge was a mobile internet service created by Willcom. It offered a means to allow its range of "Air-Edge" mobile phones to access the internet.

Sega began supporting the service in Japan in 2006, running a Sega Ages (later Puyo Puyo! Sega) portal which offered similar mobile games to the system's competitors. While games were initially released monthly, all had been seen on rival services, sometimes years before, and choice was always comparatively limited. By the end the gap between releases could be more than a year, with the final release being Nanpure Trainer in December 2012.

List of games


Japanese mobile phone internet services
i-mode | J-Sky/Vodafone Live!/Yahoo! Keitai | EZweb | Air-Edge | emobile | Y! Mobile
Game Parade | Medal Desu. | Pet * Sega | Pocket Works | Puyo Puyo! Sega | Sakura Taisen Keitai Club | Sega Ages | Sonic Cafe | Ulala no Channel J | WOW Ja Park | WOW Sports | Club C-Mode