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Offline grozda

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« Posted 2003-10-22 05:25:57 »

Is there some small emulator that can play JAVA games.
I wont to try it firs before install on the Nokia phone. I found more than 30 games and wont to play on PC also Smiley


Thanx in advance.
Offline markush

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2003-10-22 09:44:34 »

You can use MicroEmulator (http://microemulator.sourceforge.net/).
It supports siemens and nokia apis, but you have to use the cvs version. Nokia and Siemens api's aren't fully implemented yet. But I'm working on them.
Offline grozda

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2003-10-22 10:48:19 »

I downloaded microemulator 0.3.2 but its TAR file and no exe in it? There is no instalatin ...
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Offline William Denniss

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2003-10-22 11:36:00 »

is there a jar in it?

Will.

Offline davidaprice

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« Reply #4 - Posted 2003-10-22 13:31:59 »

Download Sun's J2ME Wireless Toolkit.. It contains a few emulators which will run mobile Java games.

If the games you have are designed specifically for Nokia's mobile phones, they may use Nokia's proprietary extensions. In that case, download Nokia's Nokia Developer's Suite for J2ME from Forum Nokia's Java section. It includes emulators for e.g. Nokia 7210 and Nokia's forthcoming MIDP 2.0 phones, which can also be installed in Sun's Wireless Toolkit.
Offline grozda

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« Reply #5 - Posted 2003-10-23 04:10:20 »

I download JME Wireless Toolkit 2.0 = 10 MB and when I try to install it asks for Java Virtual Machine 2 SDK 1.4 or later which is more than 50 MB !!!

DO I have to install 60 MB of software in order to play game of 50k ?

I can not believe there is no some small .exe (emulator) program which can open .jre file and play games ?

Offline Matzon

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« Reply #6 - Posted 2003-10-23 06:43:01 »

funny that - I have to install 1.5 Gigabyte of data and make a partition for Windows XP, just to open Notepad.exe which is 66.048 bytes...

To run c, which depends on b which depends on a you have to download the whole chain. After all, you also installed a program to enable you to download?

Besides an emulator IS NOT for consumers - it is a program intended for developers, which already have the SDK installed!

my ¤ 0.02
/matzon

Offline grozda

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« Reply #7 - Posted 2003-10-23 10:35:40 »

Thats the point ... I am not developer.
I was simply asked if someone knows for some SMALL program or emulator for playng JAVA games from Nokia phones. 50 or 60 MB is not small with my 33600 modem Smiley Also there is a lot of emulators for all kind of other SEGA ... games wihich are not bigger than 1 MB

PS
You didint have to install XP for notepad, there is allways DOS alternative Smiley
Offline Jeff

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« Reply #8 - Posted 2003-10-30 01:45:54 »

Well you don't have to install the Java game, you can always run an old infocom text adventure Smiley

Java cell phone games are written in Java.  You need a JVM to run Java.  There is no "cell phone VM" for a desktop because there is no market.  The only market for desktop execution is developers, who need all the JDK ahs to offer.

My only other suggestion is that you buy a Gameboy and a JEMBlazer cartridge.

(www.jemblazer.com)


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