Crafty coders have updated the mobile phone version of Quake 3: Arena
for Nokia phones so that games can now be hosted from a handset.
Not only that, but compatible handsets can now also take advantage of mouse and keyboard support by using bluetooth-enabled peripherals with the game.
To get Quake 3
running on your mobile you'll need to have a copy of the game obviously, as well as a handset which features Texa's OMAP 2420 chipset technology. In English that means you can only host games on a Nokia N95 8GB, N82 and E90 according to Decoder
Unfortunately the most popular S60 handset, the N95, is incompatible with the game owing to a lack of system memory.
The mobile version of the game comes with all the mod-cons of modern gaming too, including remappable controls and full-screen anti-aliasing. Games can be hosted both locally and over any nearby access points.
For details on how to install the game on your phone and all the files needed to run the game under the Symbian OS you can check out the developers website
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