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Master Geek

Topic # 15062 2-Aug-2007 10:39
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Well after speaking with vodafone, they say the Jamin has no compatible content for Vlive... i want some games, can anyone recomend some games and places to download them ?


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Master Geek

Reply # 80850 2-Aug-2007 11:11
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Sweet Black Jeebus they are a bit pricey...

ill pass on those, Anyone Else got any sites ?


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Reply # 80851 2-Aug-2007 11:14
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You can probably find some freeware games by using your favourite search engine. But good games come at a price - and the price is set by the publisher, not us (the Geekzone Store is run by Handango, so any price on Handango will be the same as ours - and you help us if buying from our store).

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  Reply # 80862 2-Aug-2007 12:32
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Fair Call... i dont mind buying them.. but the games dont look all that tasty to me

For Symbian 60 os Vlive charges about 7.95 nzd for a game such as Age of Empires... this a a good deal

did find a nice util the other day called VXutil for windows mobile, give you ping traceroute and other semi useful stuff

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