Starting from March, 2003, such leaders as Nokia in its 3410 model and the others featured J2Me technology for the mass market. Java 2 Micro Edition, the platform is now in use for the most modern phones, it supports exciting and fun new applications. The J2ME platform, like many others from nowadays, was the pioneer of implying the standard Mobile Information Device Profile 1.0 (MIDP 1.0). MIDP provides the essential functionality to create compelling cross platform mobile games. It is a specification, put out by Sun Microsystems, for the use of Java on embedded devices, such as cell phones and PDAs. Nokia, Motorola, Siemens, Sony-Ericsson, Sharp and Samsung are the major manufacturers, which support J2Me.
If you are an owner of the latest Java enabled phone (N-Gage QD for instance), its MIDP, API, and OpenGL functions will make you proud of your phone all the time. Whether you would prefer to play Java 2Ds or 3Ds - yours is the one to show the high quality. Using API and OpenGL, the manufactures of mobile games provide a low-level interface between applications and hardware or software graphics engines. The most widely adopted cross platform graphics API, full OpenGL, offers a variety of advanced 2D and 3D graphics for cross platform mobile games across all major mobile and embedded platforms.
Monopoly Tycoon, Ultimate SpiderMan and ProBowling by mForma, Townsmen 2 by Handy Games are the names everyone should certainly have heard about. Argon 3D shoot em up by MediaPlazza also allows a player to engage anytime on multiple mobile devices, as well as Call of Duty, Asphalt: Urban GT or Fantastic four. Doom RPG and the wide range of 3D rallies have, probably, already become the ones you prefer to the others. The crucial fact is that you can play them on your mobile whenever you like. Choose the genre and you will easily find the top selling and interesting one among Java. All of those cross platform mobile games are bright examples of an addictive gameplay and perfect graphics J2Me provides.
Motorola, Sony Ericcson and Nokia are the leaders to adopt the cross platform mobile games strategy, using Java, API, OpenGL and MIDP. The cross-platform strategy addresses the broad gaming market. This is actually an ability of program game codes to be reproduced on several kinds of platforms, or, in other words, the capacity of the software to run on different operating systems and hardware. Though the cost for developing and manufacturing of this kind of product is rather high, it is real to lower it through a higher sales volume. Follow the steps of new techs - they will never stop impressing you.