Mobile games are the new way of getting people off the couch, out of the house and out for some fun these days. With technologies like bluetooth, GPS, GRPS, 3G, 4G, cameraphones, smartphones, Symbian, Flash Lite, etc., becoming the norm , game developers are coming up with great game ideas and implementing them.
With GPS and mobile phones paired together street games has become a reality. Check out “Come Out & Play Festival” which will take place in New York City from September 22nd to 24th for a list of mobile games that are available.
The details for the mobile games are Insider, snagu, Crossroads, Spy Text, Sleuth!, The Go Game, Conquer The Quarter, Manhattan Story Mashup.
Flash Lite adoption is growing at a very rapid rate. It is most probably because it is so easy to code for and there are so many Flash designers/developers out there today that have now found a new media outlet – mobile phone users.
So watch out Symbian (C++) and Java Micro Edition (JavaME,J2ME) you have a new contender in the arena.
- Support for FlashLite 2.0
- Support for SVG-T
- RSS-reader improved
- Save pages for offline viewing
- Merged Services with Web Browser
- Save usernames & passwords for websites
For further info and screen shots visit Phone Scoop.
Still in prototype phase a Flash Lite 2.o application.
“The final project will allow the user to play games, download ringtones, graphics, get updates to the series, and perhaps even join in on a message board…. My spefic goal of the project was to see just how much content can be loaded onto a phone and bring an entertainment aspect to the medium that rivals that of the online equivelant.”