pls try getting gta san andreasOriginally Posted by moiz4got
pls try getting gta san andreasOriginally Posted by moiz4got
Great games, thanks for sharing
I've tried to install games like Yamaha Unlease, King of Sex City and Generals Alien Colony which I've downloaded from this thread. All of them closed immediately after opening. I've also installed Saga of Stone which works ok then closed after sometime (app closed).
Can someone help me on this please? My phone is nokia 3230.
Thanks in Advance.
Nokia 3230 is a new phone and you have to download the latest games for it.Originally Posted by BernardV
sir just like to update this one...TIAOriginally Posted by olrac
Originally Posted by BernardV
Hey dude thanks for checking out the games and regarding the games not working on your phone.....SAGA OF STONE IT HAS A PATCH FILE WHICH is to be downloaded on the phone while installing the games so that the game works fine with your phone . I do not have the file now but will post it later as soon as I have it...
Hey pal,Originally Posted by olrac
Sorry for my late reply...and have you tried palying anyother games on your phone from this forum...check it and let me know weather only this games is not working fine or rest also.....please give me your reply
moiz4got, thanks for all the games, really appreciate it,
so many phones u hav there..
Originally Posted by mongol2
Drakengard is an action RPG that will let you fight Imperial forces both on the ground and in the air while riding a dragon.
It is the year 2055. While government rivalries no longer threaten the earth with war and turmoil, there is a new danger. The Evil Dr. Tide is plotting to melt the polar caps and flood the world.
If he succeeds in carrying out his plan, millions will die and the world will be thrown into chaos.It is up to you to stop this madman!
Battle Dr. Tide`s evil sealife-inspired robotic minions as you scour the ocean for his secret lair through nine challenging levels and three visually diverse settings. From the sallow reefs,through a mysterious sunken city and on through a deep ocean cave, face a wide variety of enemies
and challenging bosses in your quest to rid the oceans of the menace of Dr. Tide.
Avaliable in devices :
Alcatel 128x128 :: Alcatel One Touch 735
Alcatel 128x160 :: Alcatel One Touch 557, One Touch 756
Motorola 240x320 :: Motorola A768, E1000
Motorola 176x220 :: Motorola A835, C975, E398, E550, Razr V3, V300, V500, V525, V547, V550, V551, V600, V620, V80, V980
Motorola 128x96 :: Motorola E380
Nokia Series 60v2 :: Nokia 3230, 6260, 6630, 6670, 7610
Nokia Series 40 / 96x65 :: Nokia 3510i, 3530, 3586i, 3587, 3595, 6010
Nokia Series 40 / 128x128 :: Nokia 2650, 3100, 3120, 3125, 3200, 3300, 5100, 6100, 6108, 6200,
6220, 6225, 6585, 6610, 6800, 6810, 7200, 7210, 7250, 7250i
Nokia Series 40 / 128x160 :: Nokia 6650, 6651, 6820, 7600
Nokia Series 40v2 / 128x128 :: Nokia 3220, 5140, 6020, 6230, 6235, 7260, 7270
Nokia Series 40v2 / 128x160 :: Nokia 6170
Sony-Ericsson P800-900 :: Sony-Ericsson P800, P900, P910
Sony-Ericsson 128x160 :: Sony-Ericsson F500i, K500i, K508i, T610, T630, Z500, Z600
Sony-Ericsson 176x220 :: Sony-Ericsson K700, Z1010
Sony-Ericsson 240x320 :: Sony-Ericsson S700
Airborne Entertainment seems to have cornered the market on mobile tycoon games. Its staff worked with Hexacto on the original Lemonade Tycoon game, which may be the genre's seminal work. Airborne followed up on that experience with a recent pair of extreme sports-themed business sims, Skateboard Park Tycoon and Snowboard Park Tycoon. Now, Airborne and developer Humagade have hit the tycoon game mother lode, inking Donald Trump--the famous real estate baron, quintessential deal-maker, and newly minted TV personality--to a content deal. We had a chance to play with their newest mobile market-forces mock-up, the Activision-published Donald Trump's Real-Estate Tycoon, and came away from the experience raring for more.
Don't know real estate? Check the tutorial.
The idea in Donald Trump's Real-Estate Tycoon is the same as in all other tycoon games: make as much money as you possibly can. In this instance, the trick is to buy up or build properties when they're cheap, milk them for rent as you wait for the market to rise, and then sell them for a big profit when you think the market has hit its high point. The SimCity-ish, isometric cityscape includes four different types of real estate, in addition to empty lots: commercial, office, hotel, and residential. Each of these flavors comes in small, medium, or large building sizes, which are priced according to the amount of rent they can bring in. Real-Estate Tycoon's motivating force is, of course, The Donald himself, who is employing your fresh-out-of-B-school neophyte. Trump checks in on your progress every six months, and if he likes what you're doing for his bottom line, he'll bump you up a floor in his 100-story headquarters. If not, you'll get demoted--unless you find yourself on the first floor, in which case you'll be kicked to the curb. The goal of the game is to make it to the top floor, where, presumably, the Big Man will lavish you with attention and expensive champagne before coughing up the keys to his empire.
During gameplay, you select, buy, and sell buildings by way of Real-Estate Tycoon's intuitive four-direction contextual menu system, which allows you to choose your course of action using only the direction keys and the action button. Your options vary according to the situation. For instance, if you select an empty lot on the map, you can purchase it and start construction on any building you've got the cash for. If you're dealing with a building you already own, you can investigate its condition and occupancy levels (all buildings start at 100 percent and gradually degrade, lowering their tenant capacity and overall value), spend money to refurbish it, sell it, or demolish it outright. On the other hand, if you select one of the other tycoon's buildings, you can check its stats and make an offer to buy it outright--but at a highly inflated price.
The real action begins when someone decides to sell a property. A feeding frenzy ensues in auction format, where you can try to outbid your competition (and Trump, on occasion) if you choose--or, if you're selling, watch the price shoot skyward as your enemies lose their cool. With a touch of the 1 key, the game will display a handy line graph tracing the performance of each zoning type over time, so you can try to identify trends and divine the right time to sell. Press the left soft-key from there, and you'll have access to all of your relevant financial data, including incomes, expenses, net value change, and how high you've risen on the corporate totem pole.
Real-Estate Tycoon's marvelously simple trade-and-watch dynamic is a lot of fun on its own terms, but Airborne and Humagade have stuck in a couple of gameplay wrinkles to add more depth. Random events can turn your tidy little fiefdom upside down in a hurry--or present huge opportunities for gain, depending on how the cookie crumbles. For example, sunny weather can send tourists flocking to hotels, or an economic collapse can knock the bottom out of the office-space market. In any case, it pays big dividends to keep a close eye on current events. Also, there are parking lots strewn around the city that automatically boost the value of adjacent properties, so it's a good idea to stake your claims nearby. These little touches add another layer to the already engrossing gameplay.
Keep your mind on your money--and those buildings.
Real-Estate Tycoon is shaping up to be a good effort from an audiovisual standpoint too. The graphics on the Series 60 preview version are vivid, and there are plenty of different building types for variety's sake. The game's sound features several gruff voice recordings from Trump, which are a hoot. Hopefully the developers will expand Trump's vocal stylings and work on tuning the game's performance before release, as the present version runs a little on the slow side.
In all, Donald Trump's Real-Estate Tycoon seems like a very impressive tycoon game, even in its present, unfinished incarnation. This game looks like it will satiate any strategy fan's lust for micromanagement with its rapidly changing economic environment--and would-be wheeler-dealers won't be able to put it down...
Last edited by moiz4got; Oct 5th, 2005 at 07:42. Reason: screenshot added
Thanks for the help moiz4got and shahidhanif0.
Saga of Stone is an interesting action game with fine picture ,vivid background music and easy handle.
Welcome to travel with our marvelous little hero on RICHESLAND. The game offers a stunning experience of moving & shooting various monsters; jumping and catching the edge of escarpment;running fast and feeling cool wind on hair! everything you would expect and more.
Various kinds of actions, such as jump,sprint,roll etc
proper difficulty and easy handle
5 levels are waiting for you to explore
Luxuriant and magnificent graphics
Euphonious sound effect and music
Last edited by moiz4got; Oct 4th, 2005 at 08:50. Reason: Add Screenshot
A really cool car ramaige game
ENJOY THE COLLECTION AND GIVE ME YOUR COMMENTS ON IT AFTER TRYING IT OUT.........