BreakIn is a version of a classic pong-style game from the late 1970's. Move your paddle to hit the ball. Take out all the bricks and move to the next level. The game gets more difficult as the ball speeds up and your paddle gets shorter. A Java ME enabled device with CLDC 1.0 and MIDP 1.0 support is required. The version with sound requires a device with Sprint PCS extensions for MIDP 1.0.
GAIA Image Transcoder (GIT) is a library that operates image transcoding, with a special focus on mobile applications. It comes in two parts: a transformation and transcoding library that performs image adaptation to mobile device using information retrieved from WURFL files, and a very simple JSP tag library that enables library utilization in a J2EE environment. The transcoding library works as a transformation pipeline. The pipeline is composed of a set of filters. A filter can operate directly on the image body, or indirectly on the associated meta-information. The GIT architecture supports the management cycle of such pipes, while GIT tag libraries simplifies their definition.
Galactic Attack is a fast-paced space shooter game. It is available for Java ME enabled cell phones and other wireless devices. The object is to get the highest score possible by shooting the enemies as you advance through each level. Each time you collide with an enemy or enemy fire, you lose a life. You start with three lives, and you earn a life at the completion of each level. The game ends when you run out of lives. This MIDlet requires a Java ME enabled device with CLDC 1.0 and MIDP 1.0 support.
Guitar Trainer is an application for mobile devices that helps musicians learn the fretboard of their stringed instrument thoroughly. It supports guitar, bass, banjo, ukulele, mandolin, and cavaquinho (in standard and alternate tunings). It includes a training mode, a game mode, and a tuner. It should work on any Java device supporting CLDC 1.1/MIDP 2.0.