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#1 craze7

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Posted 20 February 2007 - 08:44 PM

GameMagic S60

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GameMagic S60 is an amazing tool help you play Mobile Games directly on your Desktop PC.

You can use it to play hundreds of Mobile Games on PC in few minutes without having to download them to your Mobile Phone, no cable or PC Suite is needed. Use it to manage your favorite games or show skills to your friends on PC.

To play games, simply click the Phone Keys on the Phone Skin. It gives you the true feeling of exactly the same way they appear on the Nokia Phone. Change Phone Skins (3650,7650) while
playing the game, have the real experience of using different Smartphones.

MIDI, WAV sound format playback by mobile games are supported.

All Nokia S60 Midp1.0 Games are supported, including 3650,3660,7650, NGage.

Use NUM PAD keys on your keyboard to control your games, It's fast and easy. Make sure NUM LOCK on your keyboard is turned ON to access the controls.

Play hundreds of Mobile Games on PC, All you need is your PC and GameMagic S60!

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anybody ever try any of these programs???? there pretty cool..

mobile games have come along way and there is so many of them now its incredible.. yeah i know there only ten minutes long but there fun none the less..

i was just wondering would it be possible to port something like this to the xbox???

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Posted 21 February 2007 - 04:03 PM

QUOTE(craze7 @ Feb 20 2007, 02:51 PM) View Post


i was just wondering would it be possible to port something like this to the xbox???


Gamemagic is not opensource, so that one is out of the realm of possibility.

All of those games are Java also, and unless Java is ported to the xbox(eww!) then don't expect too much.

FYI Gamemagic is not needed to play those games on a pc as far as I understand. From another forum:

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Many people have asked, "can i play java (j2me) games on my computer?"
the answer is..."YES"

This is how you do it:
First of all, you will need Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition, v 1.4.2 (J2SE)
you will find mirrors to the download here:
http://java.sun.com/...2/download.html

Next, you will need to get the software that lets you play the j2me apps (the mobile java apps) J2ME Wireless Toolkit 2.1
you will need to register to download here:
http://sdlcweb2c.sun....MLoadBalanced=
takes about 2 minutes, pretty simple

now when u install that, it will ask you where the virtual machine is, if u installed the previous software by default settings, it should be here:
C:\Sun\AppServer\jdk

now, you are almost good to go

now to run the game, u will need to run the *.jad file, u cant run the *.jar file
to make the *.jad file if you dont have it already, download this software
http://www.subfuture...okia/jadgen.zip
here is an example of what youd type in:
if you saved a game called "game.jar" to the C drive, you will type in:
C:\game.jar

now you can play the *.jad file in the software called "Run MIDP Application ..." in the folder called "J2ME Wireless Toolkit 2.0_01"


So its likely possible to play them via linux on the xbox. Java is certainly available for just about every OS.

But don't hold your breath for any native java .xbe's, thats a project thats far too complicated to delve into...

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Posted 21 February 2007 - 06:14 PM

Nice one mike, was just throwing it out there...

would be cool but i guess the xbox will never see "Extreme Air Snowboarding" the best mobile game ever!!!!

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Posted 22 February 2007 - 01:15 AM

Personally i'd love to see Java ported...but just not gonna happen. sad.gif

I'd like to see Flash too...but I think that its in the same boat, even though there are flash ports out there.




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