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News posted 14th July, 2008 by Rikus  
We are back folks! Thanks to club for making the switch smooth and perfect and also thanks to clickteam who donated a great sum so we can stay at least the next couple of months in the air! Club is going to re-vamp the donation page for you all so stay tuned on that. Oh and if you are wondering if that is a click game running on a blackberyy for real! It sure is! Well we believe it is since we received the pics from a source who claims is on the inside so we shall see! Commense speculation but this is for sure big news! More pics below!

In any event be gone -service unavailable- Hello New Dedicated WebServer!
Another top secret picture!.
And another one!

Update- We received some video footage, i have re-uploaded the klikcast today to put this footage in there so be sure to check that out to!

And for some news around the site be sure to check out these 2 new projects one is the ultimate cool Webit 2.0 created by Simon. And Picazzi Village by wiiman.

Posted by Ski 14th July, 2008

OMG WANT. looks awesome n_n Nice BlackBerry, the owner must be really cool
Posted by Jason Orme 14th July, 2008

Nice, glad everything is sorted for the time being
Posted by Codemonkey 14th July, 2008

Holy crap this is one epic newspost lol.
Posted by Assault Andy 14th July, 2008

zomg phone games! This will be sweet.
Posted by JustinC 14th July, 2008

That'd be awesome but something tells me someone just took a screenshot of a game and loaded it on their phone as wallpaper. . . time will tell though and I hope I'm wrong! Being able to sell Click games to load on the iphone would be great!
Posted by UrbanMonk 14th July, 2008

might be java
Comment edited by UrbanMonk on 7/14/2008
Posted by jared jupiter 14th July, 2008

Might be fake JustinC... you never know.. (so i dont want to get too excited yet). but on the one photo (the sony) you can see motion blur of something at the top
Posted by LIJI 14th July, 2008

Clickteam said the Java Runtime update will have Phone Game support.
Posted by Marko 14th July, 2008

Somebody please write an article on how to do this!
Posted by Dr. James MD 14th July, 2008

Is impossible for the iPhone at the mo, since you're not able to release apps that run external apps. Like emulators, Java and junk you'll need the iPhone SDK for that. Which is surprisingly easy but not MMF2 easy
Posted by Assault Andy 14th July, 2008

I was thinking the same thing about iPhones. Just buy smartphones dammit! Nokia N series or anything with a Symbian operating system - even my 6120 can play 3rd party java games and apps.
Posted by ..:.Phox.:.. 14th July, 2008

epic post! we have been saveth! now let's have that donation page so we can help out.
Posted by Disthron 14th July, 2008

Hmmm... could be fake, but we do have the virtualiz thing for web games. Maybe the Click team is working on something like that for phones and such. But I have a niggling suspicion that it's a fake.
Posted by Simon Colmer 14th July, 2008

nice to see everything working now cant wait to try the phone java thingy
Posted by LIJI 14th July, 2008

Clickteam announced in the Click Convention (2007) that their Java Runtime feature will have Mobile Phone support in the final release, as well as Blue Ray support. Not fake!
Posted by Aptennap 14th July, 2008

I'm happy
Posted by markno2 14th July, 2008

You all seem to be overlooking the most important feature of these pics. A sequel to Romeo is coming out!
Posted by Ski 14th July, 2008

Is it? Why would that be important? Couldn't stand that game >_<
Posted by jared jupiter 14th July, 2008

Nah that looks like the normal Romeo to me.
Posted by viva/volt 14th July, 2008

It's named Romeo 2... So I figured that since it didn't look the same and was named with a 2 after the main title that it was in fact not the original and in fact a sequel.

Oh and awesome news about the hosting being sorted out .
Comment edited by »Ben« on 7/14/2008
Posted by Jon Lambert 14th July, 2008

After they release Java support, Clickteam will start working on mobile Java. That's what I heard.
Posted by OMC 14th July, 2008

Hey, I think I've seen that Romeo 2 somewhere... Anyway, this is cool. It finally means MMF games on cell phones! YIPDEEHARDLEHOO!
Posted by Codemonkey 14th July, 2008

3 Cheers for the admins!
Posted by Eternal Man [EE] 14th July, 2008


It's like a dream come true! (Hosting not phone-thingie)
User's ought to decide a percentage of their income to donate on a monthly basis, that would be a generous idea. Say 0,5%-1,5%. If a few people did that every month there would be no problem. I'm gonna try that at least.

One for all, and all for TDC!
Posted by AndyUK 14th July, 2008

I think a large percentage of Clickers don't get an income, they're either kids or students.
Posted by Codemonkey 14th July, 2008

Like me.
Posted by jared jupiter 14th July, 2008

The Klikcast has been updated...Wow the mobile phone video looks real enough... cool Image
Comment edited by jared jupiter on 7/14/2008
Posted by JustinC 14th July, 2008

Now what we really want click games to run on is. . .

Posted by Velovix 15th July, 2008

This is awsome! (That Romeo game sucked by the way) This means some easy money for clickers! Next step is 360! I take that back, that's never going to happen, is it... That's ok though, we can't expect too much of Clickteam!
Comment edited by Xavi on 7/15/2008
Posted by Marko 16th July, 2008

Romeo 2 is on the second disk of MMF2 (within the demo folder or something) - that's where you saw it before mate. And i want 360 support a million times more than phone support!


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