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  1. #21  
    I showed my wife NoMess and she demanded that I load it on her PalmPro. It's a great way to kill time waiting for a meeting to achieve relevance.
  2. #22  
    Originally posted by wemmick:
    There's now a freeware variation at palmgear.com called "Space Wars" that changes the scenario from drug dealing to space commodities. I downloaded it and it's pretty addictive!
    Actually, I believe it's called "Solar Wars."
    Check here.
  3. #23  
    ATOM SMASH RELEASED

    High Speed Action for Palm OS

    CHICAGO, IL, March 31, 2000 - Red Mercury, LLC, a Palm OS(TM) game
    development company, today announced the release of Atom Smash. The
    fast action game, reminiscent of Breakout, includes 64 levels of play,
    downloadable LevelPaks, and a 30 day free trial.

    Atom Smash may be downloaded from Red Mercury (http://www.red-mercury.com)
    and major Palm OS software sites. The full version can be purchased from
    Red Mercury, as well - opening up access to a Level Editor that lets users
    create their own LevelPaks.

    "I think this is hands down the best Palm OS game available today," said
    Scott Corley, President of Red Mercury, in a sudden fit of hubris. "The
    frame rate, graphics, sound and gameplay are all top notch."

    All of Red Mercury's games fully support color as well, according to
    Corley. Red Mercury's current hit, AcidFreecell, has full color support in
    version 1.5c, also available for free download from Red Mercury's web site.

    Snagging Eyeballs
    The typical owner of a PalmPilot(TM) is a busy professional, constantly on
    the go, working long hours, and lacking any free time for television or
    traditional video games. Getting eyeball time from this 5 million-strong
    group is difficult. But this same crowd spends an hour or two a day waiting
    for things, in little 5 to 10 minute intervals. Waiting for the computer to
    reboot. Waiting for a conference call to start. Waiting for a speech to end.

    Red Mercury is providing high quality entertainment for those little breaks.
    Corley sees these breaks as valuable opportunities for recreation. "These
    small delays during the day end up being the only free time some people get.
    It would be such a shame for that time to go to waste," said Corley.

    The future for Red Mercury is bright, colorful, and connected. The full
    support of color devices shows Red Mercury's commitment to staying ahead
    of the handheld technology curve. Corley says, "check out Atom Smash
    today. And keep an eye on our website for more to come."

    About Red Mercury, LLC
    Red Mercury, LLC is a privately held video game development company
    founded on November 1, 1999 and is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. Red
    Mercury's games for Palm OS are changing the way people screw around at
    work. For more information, please visit the company's Web site at http://www.red-mercury.com.

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    Hi All,
    This Game works well on my Visor.
    At least my son seems to think so ;-).

    Byron
  4. #24  
    There's a really good freeware game similar to NoMess called Squaretris. Don't let the name fool you, it's nothing like Tetris.

    Solar Wars is really fun too. Like Dopewars except that you have 60 days instead of 30. The game also has a few more hitches i.e. I got audited by the Earth IRS and they took 30% of everything I had amassed.

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