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# 36454 25-Jun-2009 10:33
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I have a Telecom R90, and when I go to TWorld and look at games, without exception, all the categories I pick (ie A-D, E-H, etc) says something like there are no games under this category, and if I select featured games, every one of them says this game is not for your handset.

So whats going on? Are there no games for the R90, or is there a fault somewhere? The featured games will not work, and all categories are empty.

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  # 228983 28-Jun-2009 17:56
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Ok I will rephrase my original question, has anyone successfully downloaded games on XT?

If so, did it only show games you could download (like CDMA phones do), or did it have some "sorry this game is not available for your handset" messages?

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  # 229236 29-Jun-2009 16:20
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Hey there,
I currently have an XT netowrk phone, the samsung c5220, and to date there are currently not very many games available on phones on this network ie the r60. There are a few ok ones, though, such as eagle eye, star wars clone wars, and lego batman, the latter of which i bought for 6.90 (i was desperate, ok?) and was extremely disappointed with the fact that not only was the game disappointing, but it also didn't even fit inside the screen! Half the time i couldnt even see my character.

Bottom line, there aren't a lot of games on the new xt phones, but telecom has informed me that they are currently working on this, and more games should be avaialbale in the near future.

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