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by Derek Kessler
Dec 24, 2009
Dear Santa, I know you’re a busy guy and I really should have sent you this letter much earlier, but I know that if anybody could pull off the “Christmas miracle,” it’s you. I’ve tried my best to...
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by Derek Kessler
Nov 29, 2009
Games can very easily be credited with a good portion of the success that the iPhone platform has seen. In terms of playability and graphics, the iPhone and iPod Touch rival the Sony PSP and...
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by Jason Robitaille
Sep 08, 2009
Gaming has always been a sensitive topic with the WebOS.  HTML/CSS/Javascript leads to quick app development, but unfortunately limits game development.  Palm has attempted to help, giving a...
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by Jason Robitaille
Aug 17, 2009
There's been a lot of concern surrounding the WebOS and gaming development.  Having an SDK based on html/js/css limits things and virtually rules out 3D gaming. However, Palm wants to remind us...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jul 31, 2009
You read that headline exactly right - there are now over 100 apps in our Homebrew forums and more on the way.  There are three different Google Voice Apps (including one with SMS support, update...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jul 22, 2009
  While we're still waiting for more than 30 apps to appear in the official webOS App Catalog, our own homebrew forums now has over fifty apps to play around with.  They range from "Hello World"...
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by Derek Kessler
Jul 07, 2009
Bejeweled on the Pre. Zuma on the Pre. Peggle on the Pre. All this may someday come to pass. In a recent interview with Pixels to Polygons, Garth Chouteau, Senior Public Relations Director from...
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by Jonathan Downer
Jun 15, 2009
As the title might suggest (bonus points if you know where the quote comes from), an industrious home brewer named Sargun has managed to port PRDoom, an open source clone of the original Doom video...
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by Jason Robitaille
Jun 12, 2009
Well this isn't something you see everyday.  PlayScreen, an online mobile gaming hub, has ported a collection of 25 of their games to the Palm Pre.  Right now they're all only available online...
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by Jason Robitaille
Jun 12, 2009
Talk about a flash from the past!  In an unexpected turn of events, Ha-me3 in our forums is reporting that he was able to get Little John PalmOS (LJP) to run on the Pre via the Classic emulator...