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Link:https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Videojuego_para_móviles

 

A mobile video game is a video game that is developed to be played on mobile phones, PDAs, smartphones, and mobile devices.

Programming
Mobile video games are developed using technologies such as J2ME (Java2 Micro Edition) from Sun Microsystems, Brew from Qualcomm (Binary Runtime for Wireless) or ExEn from Infusion (Execution Environment). There are other platforms available such as Symbian OS but they are not as common due to their incompatibility between devices.

Mobile games tend to be very small in scope and often rely on offering good gameplay despite not having amazing graphics. This is due to the lack of processor power of the devices, although in many cases it is the technology itself on which it is programmed that really limits the application.

History
In the late 1990s, mobile phones were still devices that were only used to make calls. Some manufacturers like Nokia decided to offer some type of entertainment on those small devices that had buttons and a black and white LCD screen, companies like Nokia or Philips introduced small games based on the first arcade and consoles of the early 1980s; They never thought that this would revolutionize the world of portable video games. These games evolved and some offered the possibility of unlocking levels by paying the operator or by connecting to the Internet. Meanwhile, in Japan the first programmable mobile phones with Java I-mode-doja technology were launched. Until then, video games on mobile phones were integrated into the phone and programmed directly in machine code and recorded in the ROM memory of the mobile phone, but with programmable mobile phones, there was a memory area where data could be recorded, and a development language such as Java and a USB cable or an Internet connection to enter the program on the mobile. The purpose of this was the development of small applications such as calculators, notes, and not video games. But even so, some companies like the French company Gameloft developed black and white video games for those small screens and they were a success. Mobile phones were evolving and with them their memory, power and programming languages, Symbian OS, J2ME 2.0, doja 1.5... Currently the mobile video game market is larger than any other portable video game market, having high sales figures. As applications for the future, 3D video games and network video games via telephone or Wi-Fi or Bluetooth are expected.

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