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Old 05-30-2007, 03:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I usually never buy software for a phone, but after buying jivetalk, I wanted to see what else I was missing out on so I checked reviews for apps and games. I paid 7.95 for each of the games, and I think it's definately worth it. Monopoly tycoon is extremely detailed for a cell phone game and it's awesome playing a sim competing management game on the go, but it's very time consuming. It's kind of like the board game, but simcity style!

Worms 2007 is very awesome, the game has single player missions, training missions and even mulitplayer with people around you!! It only allows up to 9 worms per match so 4 on 4 with 2 teams 3 on 3 on 3 with 3 teams ect, which you can name btw. The thing takes like a 30 seconds to load a match though with a percentage bar loading. If your in the middle of picking weapons the time freezes because it's slower to control than with a mouse of course. When you have the sound on you can hear the weapon noises but not the worms. when something explodes the pearl vibrates which is very cool. The animation in the game is kind of basic but still pretty good. And finally the ai wastes no time attacking you in the game!

I think i'll be playing worms a whole lot (it's better than the gameboy advance version but I haven't played the psp version) but not sure about monopoly tycoon. It's a good game, but I don't know if I ever want to take the time to play a game with that much depth to it lol.

I got the games from bplay.com and took a chance without them offering me a trial. It was worth it but I don't think you can transfer the games to another phone since they give you a code based on your pin number on the phone. I'll probably eventually check with the company, but if not, it will at least hold me over until I get the blackberry curve or the next pearl!

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I got the games from bplay.com and took a chance without them offering me a trial. It was worth it but I don't think you can transfer the games to another phone since they give you a code based on your pin number on the phone. I'll probably eventually check with the company, but if not, it will at least hold me over until I get the blackberry curve or the next pearl!
I have bought several apps from bplay, including Monopoly Tycoon, themes, and my fav games, Bookworm and Frogger. If you ever change devices, all you have to do is contact bplay and let them know. they will send you new activation codes for your new device. I've done it 5 times, so I know that of which I speak. lol
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You can actually switch device PINs online.
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Why bother going online when you can email right from your bb? Info@bplay.com most times you get an answer in a few hours.
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I haven't been too impressed with the games i've played. I've played monopoly tycoon, impressive but it gets boring.

I'm still waiting for lemonade tycoon for the BB!!!
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Wow, that's awesome but I'm going to try to avoid buying more games because it just sucks up the battery lol. I really like those themes they have for the blackberry but the icons are changed too so it wouldn't blend in with 3rd party ones
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