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Hi Guys,
I want to port a Java game to a mobile. I have no idea how J2ME works. Can you pls give me steps involved to go about this. What tools do I need for this? And all nitty gritty things I need to know.
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You should wait for the release of Games Profile
http://www.j2meolympus.com/
 
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Or, you can have a look at this book:
Micro Java Game development
It covers games for MIDP 1.0. MIDP 2.0 has a lot more new gaming support features. But the basic concepts and techniques discussed in the book are still useful.
 
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Thanks for the information guys!
 
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