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Sony Ericsson P800.. Does it count? ^_^

Discussion in 'General Video Gaming Chat' started by NeoBlade, May 6, 2003.

  1. NeoBlade

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    Hey, just wanted to know if mobile phone gaming counts since its been a looooooong time since I last visited this place ^_^;;

    If so there are some pretty cool games and emulators out for this cracking phone. ATM I have MAME, a GBC emu and Doom installed along with Mobile VR Pool. Its certainly fun playing games over bluetooth and the graphics just keep on improving. If there are any other P800 owners out there then check out this link for loads of apps and games ^_^
     
  2. ChrisNic

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    How about the Orange SPV aswell? Thats got cracking games!
     
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    T68 has a few too good ones!
    2 player battle ships via bluetooth!
     
  4. ChrisNic

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    Oh yes that was good fun, I had a t68 before my SPV. It was a good use of bluetooth!
     
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    Hehe, its nice to see that finally bluetooth is hitting the mass market though. It makes life a lot easier transferring data to and from the PC to your mobile, sending images etc. Its often amazing how codies can squeeze so much out of a mobile though given its specifications.
     

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