Thank you very much for you reply.
I would like to know if it is possible for me to develop a Game using javax.microedition.lcdui.game package and then port it to a MIDP1.0 enabled device (of course after bundling the game package).
Is it ok if I bunlde the GAME package with my game and ship it for MIDP1.0 device?
Are there any other strings attached with the game package (eg. confirmity to CLDC 1.1 etc.)?
You won't be able to bundle the game package into an MIDP 1.0 app. You will get an "Can't create class in system library" (or something similar) error. If you want to use the game package then you'll either have to implement all it's functionality in MIDP 1.0 yourself (doable but not easy), or wait for an MIDP 2.0 phone.
I don't have much experience with the game package (or MIDP 2.0 for that matter), but I would presume some of the methods in the package would be implemented natively by the VM. If that is the case then porting won't be easy, if at all possible (since you can't implement those native functions).
If not (I doubt it) then it might be possible to extract the implementation and package it with your app. Make sure to change the package names, since adding packages under the java.* or javax.* is impossible, and will give you the "Can't create class in system package" error.
I remember reading a thread around here of someone who is porting the game package into MIDP 1.0. You should look for that thread and try to contact this person.
I think that much to do with CLDC rather than MIDP.
If I am not wrong CLDC 1.1 Includes FLOATING POINTs not MIDP 1.0 or 2.0 and MIDP 2.0 is INDEPENDENT of CLDC I mean you can use cldc 1.0 or 1.1 that doent make any difference...
To theMan: I think you got something wrong or these articles just don't clearly point out that Nokia will support MIPD 2.0 on their new 6600 phone (that of course is Series 60).
As far as I know Nokia never implemented new Features in Firmware Updates (nor do other phone companies), as you can see with the 7250 compared to 7250i (that have the same hardware i guess). And why should they? They want to sell new phones, not to upgrade the old ones for free.
For me MIPD 2.0 is a nice thing, but i will wait with useing it in midlets till mid of next year (or longer) when more devices are shipped out to the customer.