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Other [Nokia N-Gage / QD] NotForSale MMCs Complete Thread: Alpha, Beta, Gold, Dev, P/Review, Promo, ProtoType, Boxed J2ME.

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That's good that U still save it. :) Btw, we a bit dig resources of that Beta. There some interesting unused files inside.
Yep, that's version already mostly close to retail (around a month before retail), but in unused files there stored test location,
just with character and some test environment. Not a super surprise - but still cool enough.
Also, all that test data already deleted from retail ShadowKey MMC.
So, keep that G2.0 MMC in your collection. It's still rare. :)
 

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That's good that U still save it. :) Btw, we a bit dig resources of that Beta. There some interesting unused files inside.
Yep, that's version already mostly close to retail (around a month before retail), but in unused files there stored test location,
just with character and some test environment. Not a super surprise - but still cool enough.
Also, all that test data already deleted from retail ShadowKey MMC.
So, keep that G2.0 MMC in your collection. It's still rare. :)

Very cool to hear there's some unused content on the cart! Definitely keeping it :)
 

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Some time in March 2004...? hard to remember exactly when, but the forum backup has posts going back to then so let's go with that!
Last N-Gage Press Kit given to journalists at E3 2006.

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It's a combination of an mp3 player and a flash drive with about 250 megs of press material on it. Mostly boring stuff, however.

Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Next_Generation_Screenshots.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Nokia_E3_2006_PODCAST.mp3
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Nokia_Executive_Bios.doc
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Executive Pics\Gregg_Sauter.JPG
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Executive Pics\Jaakko_Kaidesoja.jpg
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Executive Pics\Jukka_Hosio.jpg
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Executive Pics\Simon_Etchells.JPG
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Games Assets\Creatures of the Deep assets\Creatures_Logo_HiRes.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Games Assets\Creatures of the Deep assets\Creatures_Logo_LowRes.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Games Assets\Creatures of the Deep assets\Creatures_Screenshots.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Games Assets\ONE assets\ONE_Logos_HiRes.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Games Assets\ONE assets\ONE_Logo_mp4.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Games Assets\ONE assets\ONE_Screenshots.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Games Assets\ONE assets\ONE_Sequel_640x480_HQ_.mpg
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Games Assets\Pocket Aces assets\Pocket_Aces_Logo.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Games Assets\Pocket Aces assets\Pocket_Aces_screenshots.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Games Assets\Pro Series Golf assets\Pro_Series_Golf_Logo_HiRes.jpg
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Games Assets\Pro Series Golf assets\Pro_Series_Golf_Screenshots.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Games Assets\Space Impact assets\Space_Impact_Logo.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Games Assets\Space Impact assets\Space_Impact_Screenshots.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Games Assets\System Rush Evolution assets\System_Rush_Logos_HiRes.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Games Assets\System Rush Evolution assets\System_Rush_Logos_LowRes.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Games Assets\System Rush Evolution assets\System_Rush_screenshots.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Next_Generation_Assets\Screenshots\friends.ai
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Next_Generation_Assets\Screenshots\profile.ai
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Next_Generation_Assets\Screenshots\showroommedia.ai
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Next_Generation_Assets\Screenshots\showroomreviews.ai
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Next_Generation_Assets\Videos\1_UI_FINISH_E3_MASTER_REV.mov
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Next_Generation_Assets\Videos\2_GAMES_PIECE_COMPS_E3_MAST.mov
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Next_Generation_Assets\Videos\ANTHEM_FINAL.mov
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Press Releases\Press_Release_Consumer_Experience.pdf
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Press Releases\Press_Release_Gameloft.pdf
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Press Releases\Press_Release_Games.pdf
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\Press Releases\Press_Release_SNAP_Mobile_Taito.pdf
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\SNAP Mobile\Reaching the Mass Market with Connected Mobile Games.pdf
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\SNAP Mobile\SNAP Mobile brochure.pdf
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\SNAP Mobile\SNAP Mobile Java Games Connecting People.pdf
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\SNAP Mobile\SNAP Mobile logo.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\SNAP Mobile\SNAP Mobile whitepaper_How the SNAP Mobile Solution Works for You.pdf
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\SNAP Mobile\SNAP Mobile_3D Pool Hall_E3 2006.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\SNAP Mobile\SNAP Mobile_Lucky Ranch Tycoon_E3 2006.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\SNAP Mobile\SNAP Mobile_Micro Soccer_E3 2006.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\SNAP Mobile\SNAP Mobile_NitroSpinRacer_E3 2006.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\SNAP Mobile\SNAP Mobile_Pocket Party_E3 2006.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\SNAP Mobile\SNAP Mobile_Sea O'Fortune_E3 2006.zip
Nokia N-Gage E3 2006\SNAP Mobile\SNAP Mobile_Space Alliance_E3 2006.zip

Any chance you could or already have dumped these? boring to some is not boring to everyone!

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Tachikoma, I'm already honestly asked him for that, but got enough strange sh!t erm... "answer" that ~ "I'm a big hoarder" and that he not interested in that, lol. So, sadly that looks it's better to wait when I will find/buy that kit too and will freely share it to web, like I did with all other N-Gage Gold/Media Press kits back in time. 'Cause in this thread sadly only one real "big hoarder" ha-ha, and that's not I. :D
 

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Seriously updated whole my N-Gage guide. Added much new internal N-Gage information and cool exclusive photos of Gold/Dev MMCs from my collection, incl. pics of some of my rare official boxed J2ME releases. As always, anyone could feel free to contact me here in PM abt questions related to N-Gage NFS/NFR media collecting. I will be fine to chat or buy/exchange N-Gage media I still not recovered and save. :)
 
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So I was reading through this topic and noticed the shrink wrapped version of sega rally is fake? Mine is shrink wrapped AND has a seal. What's up with that?
 

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As U can see, there are different opinions regarding the outer packaging of the Sega Rally.
If to base on my own experience with shrink wrapped N-Gage AU-Oceania releases, that I unsealed personally back in time,
incl. few SR examples, all was fine with their content inside the box and all items were w/o any signs of wear.
I think if the security N-Gage seal on the edge of the box with original N-Gage hologram have no any signs of re-gluing,
with your release all must be fine. So U can be calm. :)
 
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Hi fellow collectors,

Interesting topic!

Although more of a Nintendo-guy, I got intrigued by N-Gage some 10 years ago when a friend showed me some ‘weird’ games that he had bought from a thriftstore and I have been collecting games and other media for the system ever since. You can really tell that Nokia put a lot of love (and money) in their gaming system and its games. Personally, I’m collecting for a complete sealed European UK set (+Sega Rally & NCAA football) that I keep in special N-Gage box protectors. I only need Atari Masterpieces Vol. II for the full set. Anyone has a spare lying around? I already folded the box protector for it. It has been sitting empty on my shelf for quite some time now. Sad story.

I’d like to add some more Nokia (not specifically N-Gage) history for the sake of preserving heritage:

2003 boxed MMC’s
These boxes contain a physical MMC cartridge that can be played on N-Gage, as well as some other phones and PDA’s. It adds a total of seven games to the N-Gage system library:
1. Retro Atari is a compilation of 7 old school Atari games. All these games are playable on either Atari Masterpieces Vol. I or II, except for Breakout. That one is unique, since Atari Masterpieces Vol. I houses SuperBreakout.
2. Nokia Games to Go is a compilation of 6 very random games: Cell Mill, Cell Poker, Geopod, Lemonade Tycoon, Slurp and Solitaire. The card games aren’t too interesting, but the others seem to be quite cool. They’re both sealed, so I only saw some gameplay of these on YouTube.

There is not much information on the internet regarding these games, that were released late 2003. Retro Atari pops up on Ebay from time to time, but Nokia Games to Go is ultra rare. They seem to be from the US, where you could get them for a very limited time only. Both these games have a version with a different cover, but with the same MMC inside. I own the other Atari version (grey cover) too.

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Movies
Then there are these Digital Media Card MMC format movies. As far as I know, there is a total of 10 (mostly semi mediocre) movies that can be played on a wide variety of Nokia phones, including N-Gage. Quite cool if you ask me.

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Pack-in MMC’s
These N-Gage original MMC’s came packaged with the N-Gage in Europe. Flo Boarding is an Euro zone pack-in for the original N-Gage model. The others are pack-in games for specific N-Gage QD models from Spain only. They house games (all in English, except for Barakel) and a movie (in Spanish only, unfortunately). In my opinion, Snakes is the only game worth playing on these MMC’s, but they’re all a nice addition to my collection.

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Promo material
I also have some N-Gage promotional material lying around, but I’m not too interested in this sort of stuff. I have an Operation Shadow PR KIT CD (couldn’t find any info regarding a press kit for this game!) and an E3 promotional CD. I’m looking to sell/trade these in the near future.

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Nice addition to information abt the 3rd Party Symbian/N-Gage games. If I remember right, there were at least two editions of Atari Retro compilation.
1st one for old S60v1-v2 phones, like N-Gage, 3650, 6600, etc... and 2nd, later released variant for newer S60v3 smartphones,
like Nokia N95, N82, etc... Also cool boxed MMCs. That Nokia Games To Go pack definitely not the too often thing. :)

As for the movies, also nice collection. I have same pack of Video RS-MMCs with the films, but If I remember right,
there could be found some more official physical MMC Videos in the wild. Also quite not common media.
Some kind of stuff, like PSP UMD Videos. That was interesting enough, but not so popular.

Back in time, some companies even released music also on RS-MMCs (Small MMCs with adapter), for S60v1-v2 phones.
Somewhere at home I have a sealed boxed Hip-Hop compilation (for sure official album).
Later when will be at home where stored the most part of my collection, will also add some pics. :)
 

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Nice addition to information abt the 3rd Party Symbian/N-Gage games. If I remember right, there were at least two editions of Atari Retro compilation.
1st one for old S60v1-v2 phones, like N-Gage, 3650, 6600, etc... and 2nd, later released variant for newer S60v3 smartphones,
like Nokia N95, N82, etc... Also cool boxed MMCs. That Nokia Games To Go pack definitely not the too often thing. :)

As for the movies, also nice collection. I have same pack of Video RS-MMCs with the films, but If I remember right,
there could be found some more official physical MMC Videos in the wild. Also quite not common media.
Some kind of stuff, like PSP UMD Videos. That was interesting enough, but not so popular.

Back in time, some companies even released music also on RS-MMCs (Small MMCs with adapter), for S60v1-v2 phones.
Somewhere at home I have a sealed boxed Hip-Hop compilation (for sure official album).
Later when will be at home where stored the most part of my collection, will also add some pics. :)
Here are some sharper pictures of Atari Retro (both versions, back & front) and Nokia Games to Go (version 1 back & front) and a stock photo of version 2, that I don't own. The stock photo is the only proof I found that it even exists. I have never seen that version pop up for sale somewhere.
The earlier 2003 versions have a nice little window (upper right of the front side) through which you can see the actual MMC cartridge inside. The other versions (probably both released in 2004) got rid of this. Both versions have a partial different phone/PDA compatibility.

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1611679407625.jpeg 1611679432272.jpeg V1 (2003)

1611679518056.png V2 (2004?)

Back in the day, MDM published quite a lot of these boxed MMC's. Unfortunately, most of them are only compatible with Palm OS devices or Pocket PC and not with N-Gage.
 

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