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  1. #1
    Mc Mastamind
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    does anyone have any extras for this? like screensavers or games?

    i'm more bout gettin more games and applications

    cud sum1 tell me where to get them and how to add em?

    thanks!!!!

    pz


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    Ben down
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    3120 Games

    Hi,

    yehh you can download 721 games for the nokia 3120 in the US from www.thegamesarcade.com starting at just $3 dollars each delivered instantly to your phone.

    The best shoot em up for the 3120 I'm playing at the moment is Conflict vietman and Lethal mission



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    Johan Wevers
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    Re: Nokia 3120

    Ben down wrote:

    > yehh you can 'download 721 games for the nokia 3120 in the US'
    > (http://tinyurl.com/6kare) from www.thegamesarcade.com starting at just
    > $3 dollars each delivered instantly to your phone.


    Why go to expensive and unreliable paysites when you can download these
    Java games free at
    http://freehost14.websamba.com/nabee...ite/index.html

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    Ben down
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    $3 dollars per game - seems cheap to me dude, but hay lets face it if you know how and where you can get most things free in life - like woman, software and yes even games, but would disagree with your reliability comments to most people FREE usually comes with a catch or a virus. Your recomended site looks good though cheers will download a few later.



  5. #5
    eggster2k
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    Re: Nokia 3120

    On Fri, 11 Feb 2005 04:26:38 -0600, Ben down
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    >$3 dollars per game - seems cheap to me dude, but hay lets face it if
    >you know how and where you can get most things free in life - like
    >woman, software and yes even games, but would disagree with your
    >reliability comments to most people FREE usually comes with a catch or
    >a virus.


    i've got a lot of FREE games, tones, wallpapers etc... for my various
    mobile phones. none have viruses or any catches.




  6. #6
    dajero
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    Re: Nokia 3120

    theres heaps of website out there that lets u download free games
    i know a couple if u wanna know just email me.

    "eggster2k" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]4ax.com...
    > On Fri, 11 Feb 2005 04:26:38 -0600, Ben down
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>
    >>$3 dollars per game - seems cheap to me dude, but hay lets face it if
    >>you know how and where you can get most things free in life - like
    >>woman, software and yes even games, but would disagree with your
    >>reliability comments to most people FREE usually comes with a catch or
    >>a virus.

    >
    > i've got a lot of FREE games, tones, wallpapers etc... for my various
    > mobile phones. none have viruses or any catches.
    >






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    Johan Wevers
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    Re: Nokia 3120

    Ben down wrote:

    > woman, software and yes even games, but would disagree with your
    > reliability comments


    I have bad experiences with paysites: collecting the cash but errors in
    delivery. Since then I search the net for fre games. Ringtones and
    pictures are even easier to find or make by myself.

    > to most people FREE usually comes with a catch or a virus.


    If it would deal with Symbian games, I would agree with your caution.
    But series 40 Java games cannot contain virusses.

    > Your recomended site looks good though cheers will download a
    > few later.


    I've tried already quite a lot of them. Except for one game crashing all
    the time (so I removed it from the phone) they work OK.

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    Mc Mastamind
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    dajero wat's ur email?

    u dun have a profile cuz ur a guest

    holla



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    Richard Colton
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    Re: Nokia 3120


    "Mc Mastamind" <[email protected]> wrote in
    message news:[email protected]
    >
    > dajero wat's ur email?
    >
    > u dun have a profile cuz ur a guest
    >
    > holla
    >
    >
    > --
    > Mc Mastamind

    <snip>

    "Mastamind"????? I really hope you're having a laugh with that nim.

    In case you hadn't noticed, it's actually you that's the guest. You're not
    actually posting to an online forum, but to the ACN newsgroup via a feed
    from the forum. A lot of posters who post through online forums end up
    being killfiled by regular posters to usenet due to their general
    cluelessness in the way they post. If you want to appreciate the group at
    its best, use a decent news client (and server), learn how to post properly
    and above all else, drop the "txt spk" as it only makes you appear a right
    knob (which I'm sure you're not).

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  10. #10
    Greg N.
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    Re: Nokia 3120

    Richard Colton wrote:

    > from the forum. A lot of posters who post through online
    > forums end up being killfiled by regular posters to usenet
    > due to their general cluelessness in the way they post.


    I'm voicing my doubts here, respectfully.

    First, don't believe the oft-repeated sentiment that those who do not
    comply with usenet tradition (trolls, online forum contibutors, flamers,
    etc) are being killfiled by significant numbers of usenet participants.
    I'd say, maybe one out of a hundred *plonk* announcements is real.

    Secondly, The longer I participate in usenet, the more I get the feeling
    that it's the good old usenet that's clueless. Due to it's clumsy
    old-fashioned way of regulated newsgroup creation, it is horribly slow
    to pick up new topics, late in reflecting trends, changes, technologies,
    whatever.

    If you're trying to discuss, say, CB radio, go to usenet. If you're into
    Internet telephony, find yourself a forum.

    See for yourself. Enter "skype forum" in a google search, then enter
    "skype" in a google groups search.




  11. #11
    Richard Colton
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    Re: Nokia 3120


    "Greg N." <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Richard Colton wrote:
    >
    >> from the forum. A lot of posters who post through online forums end up
    >> being killfiled by regular posters to usenet due to their general
    >> cluelessness in the way they post.

    >
    > I'm voicing my doubts here, respectfully.


    The world would be a boring place if we all agreed with each other ;-)

    > First, don't believe the oft-repeated sentiment that those who do not
    > comply with usenet tradition (trolls, online forum contibutors, flamers,
    > etc) are being killfiled by significant numbers of usenet participants.
    > I'd say, maybe one out of a hundred *plonk* announcements is real.


    Probably true. In my case I very rarely *plonk* anyone. I'd rather nudge
    someone in the right direction and try to help if I can.

    > Secondly, The longer I participate in usenet, the more I get the feeling
    > that it's the good old usenet that's clueless. Due to it's clumsy
    > old-fashioned way of regulated newsgroup creation, it is horribly slow to
    > pick up new topics, late in reflecting trends, changes, technologies,
    > whatever.


    Depending on what type of group you want to create, the process can be very
    short and simple now, but when it comes to well established groups some of
    the usual usenet "sins" get on people's nerves and are extremely
    counterproductive to the flow of information and conversation.

    > If you're trying to discuss, say, CB radio, go to usenet. If you're into
    > Internet telephony, find yourself a forum.


    As you say, you'll find that certain discussion forums are better than
    others for different areas. Mobile telephony is already well established on
    usenet though and apart from some specialised areas (service equipment,
    third-party unlocking equipment support etc.) I find that the already
    established groups provide plenty of information from many knowledgable
    posters.

    > See for yourself. Enter "skype forum" in a google search, then enter
    > "skype" in a google groups search.


    Yes, and for flashing solutions and in depth technical issues you're
    probably as well using http://beam.to/gsmforum or www.nokiafree.org as well.
    But for general issues the alt.cellular hierarchy and uk.telecom groups are
    more than sufficient.

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    bgeer
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    Re: Nokia 3120

    "Greg N." <[email protected]> writes:

    >Secondly, The longer I participate in usenet, the more I get the feeling
    >that it's the good old usenet that's clueless. Due to it's clumsy
    >old-fashioned way of regulated newsgroup creation, it is horribly slow
    >to pick up new topics, late in reflecting trends, changes, technologies,
    >whatever.


    Some of us prefer substantive forums, & MTV-like short-attention-span
    twitchiness often doesn't provide much, if any, substance.


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    Mc Mastamind
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Colton
    "Mc Mastamind" <[email protected]> wrote in
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    "Mastamind"????? I really hope you're having a laugh with that nim.

    In case you hadn't noticed, it's actually you that's the guest. You're not
    actually posting to an online forum, but to the ACN newsgroup via a feed
    from the forum. A lot of posters who post through online forums end up
    being killfiled by regular posters to usenet due to their general
    cluelessness in the way they post. If you want to appreciate the group at
    its best, use a decent news client (and server), learn how to post properly
    and above all else, drop the "txt spk" as it only makes you appear a right
    knob (which I'm sure you're not).
    man ur a ****in nerd, i swear to god if u can't understand what my names means u gotta be tha biggest dumbass i've eva seen. u look at half the name and assume something, look at the whole name. i'm a MC mastamind. i come here to get help from people and ringtones n **** and that's all i do, i cud careless bout this news client ****, i use that for music, games and ****. and ur biased opinion about my "txt spk" is crap. i don't type like this cuz i think i'm hard or cool or anything, i type like this cuz it's quicker, and it's how i sound when i talk in real life. i ain't white, so i dun talk like it (no racism intended), understand? why shud u be tellin me how to talk on tha internet? IT'S THA INTERNET, WHO GIVES A ****. if it bugs u so much maybe u shudn't be usin a computer. keep ur emotions for real life, cuz this **** is jus games my man

    peace
    Last edited by Mc Mastamind; 02-12-2005 at 02:56 PM.



  14. #14
    Richard Colton
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    Re: Nokia 3120


    "Mc Mastamind" <[email protected]> wrote in
    message news:[email protected]
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    > man ur a ****in nerd, i swear to god if u can't understand what my
    > names means u gotta be tha biggest dumbass i've eva seen. u look at
    > half the name and assume something, look at the whole name. i'm a MC
    > mastamind. i come here to get help from people and ringtones n **** and
    > that's all i do, i cud careless bout this news client ****, i use that
    > for music, games and ****. and ur biased opinion about my "txt spk" is
    > crap. i don't type like this cuz i think i'm hard or cool or anything,
    > i type like this cuz it's quicker, and it's how i sound when i talk in
    > real life. i ain't white, so i dun talk like it (no racism intended),
    > understand? why shud u be tellin me how to talk on tha internet? IT'S
    > THA INTERNET, WHO GIVES A ****. if it bugs u so much maybe u shudn't
    > be usin a computer. keep ur emotions for real life, cuz this **** is
    > jus games my man


    Any chance someone could convert this into English - my Chav to English
    translator's offline at the moment. ;-)

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  15. #15
    Greg N.
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    Re: Nokia 3120

    Mc Mastamind wrote:

    > u gotta be tha biggest dumbass i've eva seen.


    Du musst nur den Nippel screensavers durch die games lasche ziehen.
    Enden Sie die Ende von der Seite mit der Isolierbände Nokia. Zu die
    Anschüssen mit anderer 3120 Bestandteil meiden. Schrauben Sie die
    Stekckeren download zu der Gestelle, die auf den Rucken vom Spieler
    ringtone eingerahmit wird.



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