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Is java used in the gaming industry and has or does anyone work in this industry?

If so how did you get into it, what do you do and do you enjoy it?

Thanks in advance for your thoughts,

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Java is indeed used in games. Take a look at J2ME programming, MIDP, CDC stacks. That will give you an idea about how things work. Also netbeans is supposed to house a J2ME mobile simulator. I think I remember using it. My memory on the same is vague however
 
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