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Archiving J2ME games [Edited, wanted games list]
03-29-2018, 06:44 AM
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RE: Archiving J2ME games [Edited, wanted games list]
Mikis World is old game for Series 30 devices ( 96x65 ). Have too but this old devices can't access here becuase browser on that phones support only WML and site XHTML + PHP.
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03-29-2018, 02:16 PM (This post was last modified: 03-29-2018 02:17 PM by Instandhaltung.)
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RE: Archiving J2ME games [Edited, wanted games list]
Thanks us3r!

(03-29-2018 06:44 AM)Dedomil Wrote:  Mikis World is old game for Series 30 devices ( 96x65 ). Have too but this old devices can't access here becuase browser on that phones support only WML and site XHTML + PHP.

I don't get this. Why is it important that the devices can access the site? (I only check the site with my PC) ;-)
Is it possible that you bundle those rare games and publish them somewhere? I mean they are not found on the internet, so this might be quite important for preservation. Would be sad if the games are lost forever.
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04-07-2018, 07:26 PM
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RE: Archiving J2ME games [Edited, wanted games list]
@us3r
Thanks for the link!
@Instandhaltung:
No, I don't have any of them at the moment. That's a list of wanted games. The [X] means not found. Maybe I have some of them on my unsorted collections, like game packs or big zip files, through
@Dedomil:
Like @Instandhaltung said, it would be great if you could release them somewhere. Some collectors may be interested in them. They are part of the mobile phone history and Java. I'ts such a pity if they were lost forever.
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