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World of Warcraft, Streamed To The iPad

Gaikai is a revolutionary online gaming service, lead by the well known game developer and personality David Perry (@dperry), that will allow you to play games inside your web browser using server side streaming technologies for games. The service is currently accepting signups for a private beta invitations, just go here and enter your details.

Well, David has just posted a picture of what it seems World of Warcraft streamed to the iPad. The interesting fact is that Gaikai for desktop computers should work with Flash Player, but obviously this won’t happen with the iPad so maybe we should expect a specific version for Apple’s device. We can’t wait to find out more.

Check out the photo after the break. [via]

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