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N-Gage Games

Discussion in 'General Video Gaming Chat' started by nokiaman, Nov 12, 2003.

  1. nokiaman

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    The world's largest mobile phone maker Nokia have said hackers have cracked the copy-protection codes for its newly launched N-Gage gaming device, allowing copied games to be downloaded over the Web.
     
  2. Shoka

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    old news my friend, this info has been on the net for about a month. Games are pretty easy to find as well.

    The other thing that nokia are miffed about is the fact that all of the games can be played on other platforms, like Palm Os's.
     
  3. ramseyculdesac

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    ive heard they are not bothered by it. Doesnt it happen to most games?
     
  4. Mr. Wilby

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    Palm OS ? I think not!

    They can be played on other Series 60 phones, which include Nokia 3650, 6600, Siemens SX1, probably Sendo X too.
     
  5. Shoka

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    I was playing tomb Raider on my mates Palm the other day, it will play on anything that supports Series 60 or Symbian Operating systems, trust me they work.
     
  6. Matt Horne

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    Are u sure it was not a pocket pc clone of TR ? other than the fact that theres not enough buttons to play it properly..what do you have to do to make it work. Is it running on a emu ?

    Cheers

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  7. Shoka

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    It could very well have been an emulator, you used the menu button to move up down left right etc and the action buttons as the commands. I may eat some humble pie
     
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    No worries just wondered :)

    cheers

    Matt
     
  9. Mr. Wilby

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    Trust me, they will not :)

    You are playing the palm version on a palm.

    You can also play the n-gage version on an n-gage (or other Series 60 phone).

    The Symbian/n-gage version will not work on anything other than a Series 60 phone.

    Trust me, I have some pretty good experience in these areas :)
     
  10. Shoka

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    time for me to tuck into that humble pie I think. :)
     
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    nokia are releasing more of their own games. One called operation shadow?
     

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