Below, you will find some of my freely downloadable apps and games for J2ME handcets. Be sure to visit this page regularly as I update old apps and add new stuff once in a while.

SameSame is a J2ME game based on "Same Game". It is currently published on getjar. This game works on both keypad and touchscreen devices.
ColorInvasion is exaclty what its names says: a Color Invasion game for J2ME phones. It is currently published on getjar. This game works on both keypad and touchscreen devices.
This is the second version of Brickade, which is my version of the classic "Lights Off" types of games. This game works on both keypad and touchscreen devices.
This is a tiny utility to identify pressed keys and sensors. It is currently published on getjar.
This app shows random funny (?) quotes on screen. If you have tested the UNIX fortune utility, you already know what I am talking about. Furthermore, it can run as wallpaper on newer Sony Ericsson phones, which makes it infinitely more useful It is currently published on getjar. This app works on both keypad and touchscreen devices.
Brainfuck... the langauges most known for its stupid name. This is an editor/debugger for the 8-bit version. It is currently published on getjar. This app works on both keypad and touchscreen devices, but you probably need a keyboard to use it maximally
Banner is a J2ME implementation of the UNIX utility "banner".
This app is used to show a scrolling banner. It can be configured to work like a LED matrix.

Brickade is my version of the classic "Lights Off" types of games. This game works on both keypad and touchscreen devices.
(This was actually my very first game, so you might notice it is not very polished)

Bixi is a puzzle game based on the Biniax game from the ZX Spectrum and Amiga time.
(This was my second game and the first one with some sorts of "graphics", so you might notice that it is kind of ... simple)

Mostly out of boredom, I wrote a the "Net Monitor", a tool that monitors signal strength. It requires JSR-256.
This is a simply utility for playing with phone sensors. It requires JSR-256.

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