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December 04, 2005


William Swaney

"... this presses *so* many buttons for me"

It does for me as well. It manages to capture quite a lot of what I think will make a mobile game (mobile activity?) successful. I've even been thinking recently about a "fishtank" type application, much the same, where visits are recorded and one gets to see whose fish has stopped by. You can play Twitchr as much or as little as you'd like, it's easy to pick up, it offers interaction and "investment" in a community if desired, and it's constructive in its play. Good luck... have you a Sony Ericsson s710a version? You say "Nokia" so I assume not.


Tom Hume

Bill - I'm afraid it's Nokia-only at the moment but would be possible to produce versions for high-end Sony Ericsson handsets pretty sharpish.

Carl Harris

This is very cool! Will it ever be possible to make a version for Motorolla phones?

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