Recent Reviews - N-Gage - Page 23
Steve Litchfield gets to grips with the first version of Opera Mini that will work for everyone. And he means everyone. This proxy-based browser solution should benefit people with any PDA or smartphone in any country in the world. And all for free.
# Posted by Steve in Reviews || Comments 13:45, Dec 19th
With WirelessIRC not receiving regular updates on Series 60, and a lack of native clients on other devices, Ewan's been looking at a Java-based alternative for IRC access and finds it in JmIRC.
# Posted by Ewan in Reviews || Comments 11:40, Dec 16th
Can you squeeze a range of six foot high arcade cabinets into a single N-Gage MMC? Atari Legends on the N-Gage could be a classic, or a disaster. Time to put in a credit to find out.
# Posted by Ewan in Reviews || Comments 14:26, Dec 7th
Rifts is huge. It's a long sought title for RPG fans, and its debut on silicon is on the N-Gage. Is it everything we expected? Yes. And then some.
# Posted by Ewan in Reviews || Comments 13:39, Nov 25th
# Posted by Ewan in Reviews || Comments 14:12, Nov 1st
The Bluetooth Virtual Keyboard (VKB) is a very unusual device - it projects a laser image onto any flat service to be used as a keyboard. It's very futuristic and certainly designed to be impressive. Does it actually work though and does it work well?
# Posted by in Reviews || Comments 21:23, Oct 30th
Nokia's latest N-Gage game, One, is more than a simple beat 'em up. It's got connectivity galore, and is a massive connected prize fight. But can it take the punishment of an All About N-Gage review?
# Posted by Ewan in Reviews || Comments 10:00, Oct 24th
Coloured jewels, gravity, and a way to make things dissappear. It's another arcade puzzler, but this one is actually pretty good!
# Posted by Ewan in Reviews || Comments 09:48, Oct 18th
Steve Litchfield reviews Go-DB Lite, a new development system for Symbian Series 60
# Posted by Steve in Reviews || Comments 15:57, Oct 14th
# Posted by Ewan in Reviews || Comments 08:54, Sep 30th