steffen.linux at gmx.de
Sun Feb 15 02:31:09 CET 2009
It's not that version of that game. It's a java (I think) version of it
and as far as I know it was a Nokia.
There are many reimplementations of that game. I know that there is one
for the Iphone and on many new handys (where "new" means since 2004) you
can find this game.
Am Freitag, den 13.02.2009, 22:26 -0500 schrieb Damian Spriggs:
> After a quick glance of the system reqs. I want to know what kind of
> phone your friend has that'll run that application!
> On Feb 13, 2009, at 8:29 PM, Steffen Winkler wrote:
> > Hi,
> > since I've seen that game on a mobile telephone of a friend I want it
> > for the FR, too.
> > My programming skills are not so good in linux environment (C#, SQl, a
> > little VB6 and VB.NET and a very little bit Python ;)) so I just
> > wanted
> > to know: Could it be possible to make neverball playable on the neo?
> > Source code is on the website ( http://neverball.org ) in the download
> > section...the source code has to be compiled, so I think the compiler
> > has to be installed on the neo first...but would that all work?
> > Because
> > the neo processor is not the best and it's not a 686 processor or
> > something like that...
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