Top 10 N-Gage Games I Love

5. July 2010 at 18:35

n-gageIf I clearly remember, Snake was the first ever mobile game I fell in love with (3210). Easy to play and easy to hook up with. The game is not hard, with just four arrow keys then you are good with the controls. We did saw the same on how did Snake evolved and the same thing with other games and mobile platforms (like I had a Nokia N81 for almost 3 years) and so, the rest were history.

It seems that all things are evolving fast yet there are those who are fading. Like now I am occasionally playing games on my

Nokia To Axe N-gage Gaming Service

31. October 2009 at 00:41

N-Gage has been Nokia’s gaming focus for quite some time, but after several attempts of trying to revive the service, Nokia has finally decided to call it a day. As mobile gaming evolves and begins to encompass social gaming, Nokia want to offer one store front with a wider portfolio of games – games for everyone. It’s much more convenient to have one place to get all your mobile content, and this it what the Ovi Store aims to provides. You can see the full N-Gage press release after the jump…

N-Gage: Guitar Hero World Tour Mobile Gameplay Videos

13. September 2009 at 16:34

 Guitar Hero 5 may have just been unleashed upon the world on the PS3, Wii and Xbox 360, however over on the “portable” side of things, Activisions popular “Guitar Hero World Tour Mobile” arrived on the N-Gage platform a few weeks ago, and at the moment is getting mixed “attention”.

N-Gage: Guitar Hero World Tour Mobile – Now Available

27. August 2009 at 22:24

After 2 months of no new games the N-Gage Marketplace has sprang back into life with 2 new games, as last week saw the release of Tomb Raider Underworld (which is very similar if not the same to the Symbian version released last november), while this week see’s the release of one of my console (and arcade) favourites, Yes-Guitar Hero has arrived on N-Gage!

N-Gage: Space Invaders “Easter Egg” Inside Reset Generation

26. August 2009 at 20:11

Reset Generation may be one of the older N-Gage Games thats currently available on the platform, however new features, or secrets, still seem to appear and this time its in the form of a “Space Invaders” mini-game inside the “Reset Generation” N-Gage game itself.