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While multiplayer gaming continues to grow in popularity, another big paradigm shift is happening It's becoming harder and harder to find people who don't carry network-enabled embedded devices with them wherever they go Whether it's a PDA such as a Palm device or iPaq, or a mobile phone such as those crafted by companies like Nokia or Motorola, people are getting used to connecting and communicating with each other anytime, anyplace, and anywhere Today, there are more than 600 million mobile-phone users worldwide In the United States and Europe, mobile phone users generally tend to be affluent, educated, and they often have lots of time on their hands The picture is different on different continents In Africa, Asia, and South America the masses have flocked to mobile phones because land-line access and Internet service are too expensive According to the Yankee Group, people in the United States spend 50% more time commuting than in any other country This is the perfect time to pull out a mobile phone and play some quick games Additionally, Datamonitor has researched people's game-playing behaviors in Asia, Europe, and the United States, and has concluded that most people like to play wireless games on evenings and weekends In the near future, we will likely see micro devices become even smaller and more specialized Phones the size of earplugs, voice-activated assistants on wristwatches, and smart chips on credit cards are all becoming a reality This is a continuation of the paradigm shift that began in the 1970s, with microcomputers taking the power away from huge, monolithic mainframes Clearly, millions of small devices working together yields much more distributed power than one big, central device
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Unsurprisingly, games are keeping up and even helping to lead this paradigm While it might seem silly to try to achieve a rich, meaningful immersion on a tiny 100x100 pixel screen, there's one thing mobile phone games give you that even the best consoles can't provide: They're always with you, and can be played anywhere you go This not only means that games can now be more convenient, but wholly new types of games can be designed that take advantage of new lifestyles
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Enter Micro Java
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The Java language, created by Sun Microsystems, is another example of a paradigm shift As a language that had no pointers or complicated memory operations, was object-oriented, secure, and could run on most any browser or platform, application development suddenly opened up to the masses in a way that never seemed possible before Java made it possible for millions of programmers to create quality applications in record time and quantities The Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME), or Micro Java, as we'll call it in this book, is an attempt to take the best aspects of Java and pare them down for smaller devices such as mobile phones; set-top boxes that add interactivity to television, pagers, handheld organizers and personal data assistants (PDAs); as well as embedded chips that you find in devices such as refrigerators, microwaves, "smart" credit cards, and automobiles Most every major mobile phone and handheld device manufacturer immediately realized the potential of J2ME: If Java were to be placed on the gadget, hundreds of thousands of developers would immediately be able to create applications and add value Furthermore, because it's Java, a program written for one device would be able to run on another device with little or no modifications That certainly makes more sense than trying to force developers to learn a native language and API in order to create programs for your phone Seeing the opportunity for Java on the handset, almost every major mobile phone manufacturer joined with Sun to create something called the CLDC: The Connected, Limited Device Configuration, along with the MIDP: The Mobile Information Device Profile In later chapters, we'll get into greater detail about what all these wacky acronyms really mean But the point to remember here is that mobile phone manufacturers have embraced Java in a way that not even PC manufacturers and browser makers have Java is clearly the future platform of choice for mobile devices, and an ideal platform for mobile games
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