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Default what is this folder ".dmplatform" in the internal SD card?

I noticed it in my nexus 7. Opening it gives another folder, ".dmgames". There are three files with long random names in the folder. I'm not sure if its safe to delete?
 
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Probably just some extra files for an app. If it doesn't take up much room, you can just leave it.

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I noticed it in my nexus 7. Opening it gives another folder, ".dmgames". There are three files with long random names in the folder. I'm not sure if its safe to delete?
I believe this is DroidMart Games... Crap... Biff it.

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I deleted it and there's no ill effect on my device. All is good.
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