hmm, if it were free, then I would be more than eager to get a copy.
other users of this group have happily posted java games on thier sites free
of charge, asking nothing but enjoyment from others who utilies the fruits
of thier effort.

so, when you can offer the same service, free of course, please post with a
BIG notice in the subject line.

ta very much

"Tim Veal" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> Hey you! Yes you! Have you ever been inconvenienced by the pain of
> boredom? Are you stuck in some pointless job, surrounded by loathsome
> besuited morons, pretending to be busy for 8 miserable hours? Married
> to a human corpse, all hope of love or even happiness long
> disappeared, staggering dismally through the motions for the sake of
> your kids or parents? Spending your life on dreary public transport,
> in hospitals or schools, endlessly waiting for some dismal experience
> you dont even want while the sickly-colored paint flakes off the grime
> covered walls like the tears you can never cry?
>
> Well, rejoice brothers and sisters! Its good news at last! Now thanks
> to the miracle of your mobile phone you need never be bored again!
>
> We at State Machine games have carefully crafted 2 fantastic Java
> games, which allow you to experience any quantity of time without any
> boredom at all! Both are designed to provide endless entertainment,
> with the emphasis on playability. Infinite levels and rich interaction
> with intelligent, unpredictable enemies allow you to depart at will
> from your place of waiting and suffering and enter a fun filled alien
> cosmos for as long as you choose - and thanks to the pause feature
> your quest can last all through the work day!
>
> Both games are available from:
> http://polyphonic.ringtonezone.co.uk...vagames/nokia/
> (and various other places on the www)
>
> Game 1: CROP BUSTER:
>
> This game depicts a chivalric space pilot of the future, intent on
> winning the heart (and other bits) of the Princess of the Galaxy by
> growing and harvesting intoxicating Confusarium flowers. Plant seeds
> and then blast alien parasties before they can infect your precious
> crop.
>
> The game features Parallax Scrolling, Inertial control method,
> Organic/Metal hybrid graphical style, extra weapons, and the alien
> sunrise generator which gives each level a unique color scheme.
>
> Warning: Confusarium Flowers may be illegal on some planets. Consult
> your exobiologist before use.
>
>
> Game 2: D-FENDER:
>
> A homage to 80s arcade machines. D-Fender features smooth high speed
> alien zapping action. Blast all the monsters before they abduct your
> humanoid friends, but beware, if a Monster completes its quest it will
> turn 'Cornholio'!
>
> With psychedelic laser and strobe effects and endless attack waves
> featuring all combinations Monsters, Pods, UFOs and Humanoids, this is
> a timeless, highly addictive game which can happily absorb hours of
> unwanted time!
>
>
> And coming soon... HAMSTER PATROL!!!
>
> What would you do if 100s of Lithuanian Bouncing Hamsters escaped from
> the zoo and began bouncing towards certain doom? Thankfully,
> Helicopter Jetpack Squirrel is on hand to save this rare species!
>
> Coming soon to:
> http://polyphonic.ringtonezone.co.uk...vagames/nokia/
>
> Tim






See More: No More Boredom! (hmmmm)