Escluderlate is a Java game for mobiles and portable devices (J2ME). The scope is surviving inside the arena more than the computer controlled opponent(s). You have to avoid crashing on the walls that each player leaves behind. You can move your pointer using the arrows, or the keys 2(up), 4(left), 6(right), and 8(down). Escluderlate contains 21 different levels and 3 different speeds, but it's easily extendable.
J2ME ChartComponent is an MIDP 2.0 charting component with basic functionality for showing charts on embedded devices. It currently implements horizontal bar, vertical bar, and line charts. An incomplete and experimental pie chart component is implemented, as well as a very simple 'legenda'.
J2ME OGC WMS Client is a program for accessing OGC Web map services from Java enabled mobile phone or PDAs. It accesses the OGC WMS according to WMS 1.1.0 and 1.1.1 specifications and supports zooming and panning in the Map, WMS sublayers, and a bookmark management system for quick access.
Maverick is a professional-level Java SSH API that is based upon the popular open source J2SSH library. It features support for both SSH1 and SSH2 protocols and compilation under JDK versions 1.1+, including the latest J2ME Java Mobile Platform. It also provides a range of performance enhancements with no dependencies, a single-threaded architecture, and improved file transfer rates.
MiniPauker is a flash card based learning application for mobile devices and handhelds. It is based on the leitner cardfile system and is compatible with Pauker (http://pauker.sf.net, the desktop version of this software). MiniPauker uses a combination of ultra-shortterm, shortterm, and longterm memory. You can use it to learn all the things you never want to forget any more, like vocabulary, capitals, and important dates.
Mobile RSS Reader is a J2ME (Java ME) MIDP application that is able to read most RSS servers and feed versions. RSS is a lightweight XML format designed for sharing headlines and other content like blogs and news. The data are stored on the mobile device and updated on request. It supports most encodings. It can import and synchronize RSS feed lists using formats and filter feeds based on name and URL. All/modified feeds can be updated with a single command. The zip file contains all versions for MIDP 1.0 devices, MIDP 2.0 devices without JSR-75, and MIDP 2.0 with JSR-75 devices.
Navlet is a navigation system for mobile devices such as PDAs, smart phones, and cell phones. It retrieves positioning data from any NMEA capable GPS receiver and displays the position on a digital map. External GPS receivers can be connected via a serial cable or Bluetooth. If your mobile device is connected to the Internet, it can download maps from a map server, or alternative use locally stored maps. It is also able to send the GPS data to a server via an HTTP connection.