Angry Birds and Doodle Jump leads Ovi Store games

31. July 2010 at 16:36

The world must be crazy angry as Rovio’s best game, Angry Birds, top the poll for the favorite games held in Nokia Conversations. It turns out that the Angry Birds, which currently doesn’t support Symbian devices, made to the top showing how N900 users are happy with this game.While the Doodle Jump took the 2nd place.

Top 3 Nokia N900 Games that Symbian should have

5. June 2010 at 14:59

Angry Birds

Buenos dias mi amigos! Comparing the N900 to other Symbian devices, we would see that it is a lot better in terms of the OS and hardware specs. But on the other side of having the pleasure of powerful and fast device is the lack of great support from Ovi Store. Yet, there are still apps that would surely wet our gaming instinct. So, here’s is my top 3 N900 games that I’m wishing to have on my Symbian devices—and some of these are already coming to future Symbian devices like N8.

  • Angry Birds by Rovio – First of all, this is my favorite game and I’m considering of wasting my time just for this game. This is the most peaceful, chaotic, destructive, but still the most cutest and excitemet-packed game I’ve had ever played. Where you will be going to play as the five angry birds each with unique capabilities and your goal is to destroy and puff these little innocent martian-look-a-like pigs. There are 3 level packs and each pack contains 21 stages and I’m betting that first timer can’t finish the 3 level packs in one day (evil laugh). This is one of the most anticipated games for Symbian, so better watch out for it!
  • Bounce Revolution by Rovio – The success of bounce has written its name on the history and even on the Ngage 2.0, and now we have the latest of its kind. The game has one classic and one race level for demo, but the experience is really fantasitc because of the awesome graphics. The 3D capabilities is also present. I am wishing Rovio could expand their services for Symbian users.
  • Brain Party by Hudzilla – If your smart enough to guess the title then you are ready to play it. It involves brain-twisting menu. From puzzle to simple touch games that will boost your brain efficiency. I played many games like this but this is one has different flavours to enjoy.

So what games are you wishing to have in your Symbian device?

A few thoughts on Symbian and the Nokia N97

31. March 2010 at 21:59

A few thoughts on symbian header

At the moment I am an owner of a Nokia N97. I have been a Nokia user for many years and among other handsets, I owned an N95 with which I was very pleased actually. When I received the N97, I felt the N97 to be an improvement nevertheless.

Sadly, my N97 has continuous stability problems and it just doesn’t seem to work, although it was in repair two times now. This seems not to be a general N97-issue. In this particular case, there seems to be a hardware defect somewhere deep inside the device and the Nokia Care Point just isn’t able to locate it.

I took this for a reason to take a look around and check out the hot and new devices on the market:

Qt for Maemo 5 and the N900 – more applications for Symbian

9. October 2009 at 17:58

Today Nokia announced the Qt port for Maemo and the Nokia N900. This isn’t Symbian related at all you might say. However, this means that Qt applications can be easily ported from Maemo to Symbian and also the other way round. Thus both, Symbian and Maemo, benefit from this announcement.

Espoo, Finland – Nokia today announced the creation of the official Qt port to Maemo 5 and published an initial Technology Preview release. This port to Maemo 5 means that developers can now use Qt to target the upcoming Nokia N900 device and also ensures that applications can be easily ported to all Qt’s supported platforms including the next Maemo 6 release as well as Symbian and Windows Mobile.

Nokia N900 in-depth – plus Maemo browser tips and tricks

5. October 2009 at 12:07

This latest demo of the Nokia N900 gives you an in-depth look at the Maemo 5 browser in action, and offers some smart tips on how to get the most from it. The full internet in your pocket.