Try to group same kind of bricks and make walls. Then the left meter will fill up and you will get ‘dynamite’. The ‘dynamite’ demolishes lots of the same bricks. You must empty the screen to credit your time. See which brick is next & place it on a blank spot.Sometimes ‘extras’ come:1) Hammer: Breaks one brick2) Spatula: Causes chain reaction building3) Dynamite: Demolishes lots of same bricks• Tips:While building you will notice 2 meters filling up at the bottom left and bottom right of the screen.If the left meter full ups you get ‘dynamite’. Click on it to use it.If the right meter full ups get a spatula. Click on it to use it.If you run out of time or if the screen is full of bricks then you lose.Also if same bricks make more than 2 horizontal lines, they get demolished.— 01/Apr/2006 Update to v1.3 —* Redraw issue fixed when receiving call in Treo 650/600. Check it here:
MoreGames Entertainment announces the release of the new game Enslave for Pocket PC! Enslave – the unique arcade shooter, natively combining space travels and planetary missions into a great saga of human space invasion. Click here to download video trailer(2:07 min, 13 Mb) Your mission is to guide the Earth’s most technically advanced ship – ‘Alienator’ – through the empty vastness of space to galactic domination. Exterminate those creepy aliens who dare to live on the same spiral arm of the galaxy as you, and take their planets. Features: Unique rich and addictive gameplay – fight in space and on planets! Whole Galaxy to Explore and Enslave, randomly generated every time you start. An outstanding, amazingly beautiful graphics. 20 different planets with excellent futuristic environments. 5 alien races, each with their own abilities, strategy and weapons. A whole of 50+ weapons for your spaceship, landbots and enemies, including plasma guns, particle cannons, gatling lazers, homing missiles, phasor shotguns, ion spheres and more! Lots of nice bonuses and upgrades for both ship and landing bot. Interstellar shop with a 25 items to choose from, including 3 different landing bots, each with his own unique weapon. Advanced particles with beautiful alpha effects like explosions, fire, smoke and sparkles. Nice controls, specially optimized for stylus and pda buttons. Finely crafted sound effects and music. Support for VGA devices and Windows Mobile 5. More information about the game and screenshots at: http://www.pocketmoregames.com/enslave.htm
“UK cellco O2 is preparing to extend its XDA smart-phone line-up with a model designed around the traditional candybar form-factor rather than the more PDA-styled devices the range has so far delivered, the company told Reg Hardware today.The new handset, the XDA IQ, will ship in April, a company spokesman said, but we understand it will go on sale sooner rather than later.At this stage, O2 was unable to provide any further details, but we understand the IQ will be based on Windows Mobile 5.0 and is likely to ship with Microsoft’s push email extensions already installed. The device is believed to be based on HTC’s ‘Tornado’, so it’s likely to use a 200MHz TI OMAP 850 processor, incorporate 64MB of RAM and 64MB of ROM, feature 802.11b Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 1.2 connectivity, and sport a 2.2in, 240 x 320, 65,536-colour display. It has a 1.3 megapixel camera.Like other Tornado models, such as the imate SP5 and the Vodafone v1240, the IQ is quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE device.O2 already offers the XDA SP, it’s first own-brand candybar smart phone, though that’s a Windows Mobile 2003-based handset with 32MB of RAM and no Wi-Fi. The IQ is be an obvious successor, but there’s no word on whether the SP will be phased out when the IQ launches.The IQ appears to be the UK version of the XDA Orion said to be offered by O2 Asia Pacific, though not currently listed on its website.O2 would not confirm the IQ’s pricing, but we expect it to cost around 100 Pound exc. VAT with a business-oriented contract or 195 Pound exc. VAT as an upgrade.” via reghardware.co.uk
“The British unit of Navman has announced three new GPS-navigators – the iCN530, the iCN720 and the iCN750 and also new Web-application NavPix. Unlike many current navigators on the market the iCN750 is equipped with a 1.3-megapixel camera located at the back panel. The pair of the iCH750 and NavPix allows making photos assigned to the area, upload them to the server and share them with friends.The iCN720 and the iCN750 are equipped with 4” 480×272 LCD, SiRFStar III GPS modules and flipping antennas. The iCN750 carries a 4GB HDD with maps of Western Europe onboard. The iCN720 lacks HDD, but has an expansion slot for SD and MMC cards to store the info. This model comes with the maps of the UK and Ireland. Besides the iCN720 has no camera. The iCN530 has the same features as the iCN720, except for an internal antenna and a smaller LCD (3” and QVGA 320×240 pixels).
The iCN750 and the iCN720 will be available in May, and the iCN530 – in April. The approximate price makes up 540, 399 and 299 pounds, i.e. $940, $695 and $520 respectively.”