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m3ntal



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Hi, everyone. What type of phone do you have? What are your favorite applications and games?

I have a Motorola Photon Q with keyboard. I want the Motorola Razr HD with 4.8" screen, HDMI and 30 hours of battery life.

PROGRAMS

* Free WIFI texting: TextPlus, TextFree
* File explorers: File Manager (favorite, phone and HD/tablet version), Open Manager, Computer
* Text Editors: Jota, Note Everything
* Standalone GPS: NavFree, OsmAnd
* FTP: AndFTP works like a charm. Used it to upload my web sites
* C4Droid: C compiler + IDE. Connect HDMI and external bluetooth keyboard and it's basically a desktop PC.
* Game emulators: Any emulator by Robert Broglia: NESEMU, GBAEMU, HDEMU, PCEEMU, etc. The PCE emulator even plays TG16 CD games like Y's Book 1 and 2

GAMES

* ManuGanu: Funnest platform game I've played since Mario and Bonk. Good play control. Double jump, float, slide, stomp.
* Trial 3 Extreme: Very challenging motorcycle game. Realistic physics. High replay value
* TrackRacing: Remake of Trackmania for Android. Stadium only
* Modern Combat X (1-5): Best FPS shooter for mobile like Call of Duty. Amazing graphics
* Nova 3: FPS shooter like Halo
* PBA Bowling: Realistic bowling game
* Run & jump: ManuGanu, Battle Run (fun!), Vector, Jetpack Joyride, Temple Run OZ
* Escape/Puzzle: Can you Escape 1/2, Escape History. Interesting thinking games. A walkthrough (search) is absolutely needed for some stages
* GameLoft: Manufacturer of good games. Too big for my phone
* RPG, strategy, simulation: No time for those now that I'm older, but there's a lot of good ones. Love Rollercoaster Tycoon on PC. Ultimate high game.

No programming lately. Working everyday, art/airbrushing on vehicles/lowriders (as in Pimp My Ride). In real life, I'm an artist who never talks about programming. I don't know anyone else who does it. My roomates are not interested in computers and they could never understand my love for programming. If anyone cares, here's a portrait of Einstein I did recently on black t-shirt with Iwata Revolution CR airbrush.
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Just real quick on paper towel, 20 seconds, while completely drunk on Budweiser:
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In the winter, I'll get into programming again. Someday, I'd like to convert FASM to ARM, then to Java and Android. In Non-X86 forum, I've written macros that convert nearly every instruction that FASM uses. Only needs 8/16BIT mov. Haven't had time to verify. Enough talk! Let's do it.
Post 12 Aug 2014, 21:30
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Post 13 Aug 2014, 02:10
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TmX



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TmX
I'm using Galaxy Note 3.
Some people may say 5.7" display is too big.
For me, that's still acceptible because it fits my pocket.

Apps
Coding: C4Droid, PascalGUI
File manager: Total Commander
Network: JuiceSSH, AndFTP
Reading: Moon+ Reader Pro, ComickRack, Manga Rock
Image: Picsay
Misc: Evernote, Dropbox

Games
Plague Inc, Sea Battle, and Defense Zone 2 HD
I don't play graphics-heavy game anymore because it'll drain my battery fast Very Happy
Post 13 Aug 2014, 13:37
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badc0de02



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m3ntal wrote:
I'd like to convert FASM to ARM

there is already FASMARM..
Post 13 Aug 2014, 20:02
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Picnic



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My kids play the angry birds series, my wife's addicted to Design This Home and Fish Out Of Water, i like SpeedX 3D or similar games.
I have a samsung galaxy tab 3, using it only for games.
Post 14 Aug 2014, 14:35
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TmX



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badc0de02 wrote:
m3ntal wrote:
I'd like to convert FASM to ARM

there is already FASMARM..


But FASMARM itself is written in X86 assembly, not ARM assembly.
So you cannot run it on ARM system.
Post 14 Aug 2014, 15:02
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badc0de02



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thanks TmX for you explain
Post 14 Aug 2014, 20:38
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Picnic



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m3ntal wrote:
ManuGanu: Funnest platform game I've played since Mario and Bonk. Good play control. Double jump, float, slide, stomp.
The visuals are wonderful. I am stuck in level 40 (last level?) at ManuGanu 2.
Post 31 Aug 2014, 09:59
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m3ntal



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KevinN: Awesome! Let's implement it in FASM. Love those thinking/puzzle games.

Badcode/Haha: We need FASMARM on native ARM, man.

Tmz: 5.7" is perfect size!

Picnic: Cool! My kids LOVE ManuGanu, they play it every week/visitation.

Thanks to everyone for their support. I sincerely appreciate it and I hope that my art/work/programming inspires others to be creative.


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Post 03 Sep 2014, 05:45
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badc0de02



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WTF what are you doing all the time on your mobile phone
Post 03 Sep 2014, 10:20
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m3ntal



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badcode: When finished with my work and waiting for customers. I receive commission so it's not like I'm getting paid to play on my phone.

Picnic: We should make some run and jump games.

Wrong images! WTF was I thinking last night. Drinking too much. Check this out:

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Post 03 Sep 2014, 22:41
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TmX



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Very nice airbrush portraits there Smile
The bottom one is Dave Navarro, right?
Post 04 Sep 2014, 01:28
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m3ntal



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TmX: Thanks. Yes, Dave Navarro from Ink Master.
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