Macrospace, the leading wireless Java solutions provider, today launched a free global trial of its new CannonsME wireless Java game. The game allows up to 4 players to play an action packed arcade classic against each other over today’s 2.5 and 3G mobile networks. The game is designed to create mobile gaming communities and recurring data revenue for mobile operators.
Designed to stress test the Macrospace Game Server (MGS) and the user experience of multiplayer gaming, the trial is a run up to large scale commercial deployments of Macrospace multiplayer games during Q2 this year. The trial is focused on Nokia Series 40 and 3G handsets (5100, 6100, 6610, 6650, 7210, 7250) and the Nokia 3510i. But versions for generic Java devices (e.g. the Motorola T720) and the Sharp GX10 are also available.
To take part in the free trial, users can point their Java compatible phone to http://games.macrospace.com/cannonsme/wap/ and download the relevant version of the game for their handsets. The top players, the summary of games played, and news related to the trial are also available at http://games.macrospace.com/cannonsme/.