What Phone Do You Play Games On?Mike Fahey10/11/12 12:55pmFiled to: Mobile GamingKotakuMobile iPhonexperiaPlayWindowsPhone78Android Samsung HTC Apple Sony149EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkAre you an iPhone gamer? Android fan? Windows Phone addict? Xperia loyalist? While the mobile phone gaming industry has settled into a set of easily manageable platforms over the past few years, there's still plenty of choice. Which have you chosen?AdvertisementI am currently in possession of four different smart phones dedicated to gaming, covering Android, Windows Phone and iOS. My desk looks like the kitchen table of a corrupt TSA screener. Here's what I'm currently using.Apple iPhone 4AdvertisementWait, you don't have an iPhone 5, Fahey? I do not. The folks at AT&T who convinced me I had an upgrade coming if I made some changes to my account, but it turns out those changes only managed to rob me of the grandfathered unlimited data plan I had been enjoying for several years without making me eligible for an upgrade. I can upgrade iPhone 5 in December, but I don't think I'm going to. I'll keep the iPhone 4 as a glorified iPod Touch for gaming purposes, but I've got my sights set on something a bit more Android-y.Nokia Lumia 900The most visually striking phone of the bunch, the Nokia Lumia 900's raised screen and sleek design turns a lot of heads. It's my Windows Phone 7 device, my gateway to Xbox Live-enabled mobile gaming. With Windows Phone 8 handsets around the corner this little beauty might not have a long life to live, but right now it's my constant companion, thanks in no small part to Crimson Dragon: Side Story.