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Old 06-06-2005, 06:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi.

In 2 days i will have my 7100v

I'm searching a mmorpg (massive multiplayer online role-playing game)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MMORPG

Exists any mmorpg in blackberry?
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Old 06-06-2005, 07:02 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Could you imagine trying to put Runescape or MU Online on a BlackBerry? lol
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Where's the EQ2 client?!
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well, not is a crazy idea.

If not true online, turn based.

If not exists, probably, i will develop a mmorpg if i have time
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There are MUD's for BlackBerry though.

Try http://www.criterionmud.net
They have a J2ME client compatible with BlackBerry: HERE

This is run by one of my local friends.
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Default Keys don't work right in criterion

I saw this and immediately went to try it. Not knowing which one to use I tried the .alx, and then the .cod, but they didn't work.

Then I tried the .jar, and it installed on my 7100t, but I have a problem.

When it starts up and connects my number keys only send the # sign and the number. So if I want to send the letter 'e', I can't. It will send a "#1".

I can work around this by pressing the scroll wheel, selecting "Type" and then activating it. I can then type my text message and use the scroll wheel to send it.

I tried all the normal ways to change the text input method, but none of them worked. Does anyone know a way to fix this?

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There are MUD's for BlackBerry though.

Try http://www.criterionmud.net
They have a J2ME client compatible with BlackBerry: HERE

This is run by one of my local friends.
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Default Criterion Mud

It features a scrollback buffer and can handle special characters.

The client doesn't yet have graphics because I am still in the process of
writing an HTML parser for it. I also lack the code to put the graphics on the
BB's screen and get the images asynchronously. The next upgrade I want to do is the HTML parser, then from them make it handle colors, and finally
the graphics. I will also add some sort of type-line (local echo) sometime inbetween those features.

I do have graphics for the game however - the BB client just can't display them yet.

Please let me know if you try it and what you think.. I am looking forward to your feedback.

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There are MUD's for BlackBerry though.

Try http://www.criterionmud.net
They have a J2ME client compatible with BlackBerry: HERE

This is run by one of my local friends.
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