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    my java version of the game Tetris

    Hello everybody,
    I have nearly finished my mobile java version of the game Tetris.

    When I install the game to my mobile, I get the warning that the application is not signed. What can I do to make it signed?

    If I want to sell my java game, which sites I can promote it to?

    Thank you for your answers.

    Stratos

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    Re: my java version of the game Tetris

    Hi Stratos, and welcome to the Forum Nokia Discussion Boards!

    For signing, you need to buy a certificate from a trusted CA, like Verisign. But I do not think you really need to sign your MIDlet, if you reason would be just to get rid of the note during the installation...

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    Re: my java version of the game Tetris

    Ok.
    But if someone attempts to install my java game to his/her mobile and see the warning, might be discouraged to intall it.
    What can I do to remove the warning completely?

    Quote Originally Posted by hartti View Post
    Hi Stratos, and welcome to the Forum Nokia Discussion Boards!

    For signing, you need to buy a certificate from a trusted CA, like Verisign. But I do not think you really need to sign your MIDlet, if you reason would be just to get rid of the note during the installation...

    Hartti

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    Re: my java version of the game Tetris

    What can I do to remove the warning completely?
    Sign. And for that you need to buy the certificate (Verisign or Thawte)

    Hartti

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    Re: my java version of the game Tetris

    There is no other way to remove the warning?

    Quote Originally Posted by hartti View Post
    Sign. And for that you need to buy the certificate (Verisign or Thawte)

    Hartti

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    Re: my java version of the game Tetris

    Unfortunately no.

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    Re: my java version of the game Tetris

    there's only the 300 dollah (or 500 dollah) solution :P Verisign or Thawte

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    Re: my java version of the game Tetris

    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger79 View Post
    there's only the 300 dollah (or 500 dollah) solution :P Verisign or Thawte
    How much is the certificate?

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    Re: my java version of the game Tetris

    thoguht i posted it :
    Thawte around 300 dollar
    Verisign around 500 dollar...

    check www.google.com

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    Re: my java version of the game Tetris

    thank you

    How do I enter my details (name, website) to my java game? I want them to be shown when starting the game. I modified the jad file but it didn't work.

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    Thumbs up Re: my java version of the game Tetris

    Hi stratosb,
    There is a game standard followed by the game developer's and developing companies that they/it provides the information about the whole development team.
    Now if you want to provide the same in game then you can add an item in your main menu called as "About".Then provide the total information under it.

    Hope you understand what I am talking about..and how to do it..

    Any more query will be answered..
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    Re: my java version of the game Tetris

    Note that as far as I'm aware, EA (Electronic Arts) owns the rights to Tetris. So for a Tetris clone, especially if you want to sell it, you might want to do it differently enough or at least avoid calling it Tetris.

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    Re: my java version of the game Tetris

    Quote Originally Posted by petrib View Post
    Note that as far as I'm aware, EA (Electronic Arts) owns the rights to Tetris. So for a Tetris clone, especially if you want to sell it, you might want to do it differently enough or at least avoid calling it Tetris.
    Petrib thank you for mentioning that.
    By the way, what sites are there for promoting java games?

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    Re: my java version of the game Tetris

    if u want to show ur company's name when the game is strated u might want to incorporate s SplashScreen which shows exactly that...
    if u don't know what i am talking about use search with the splashscreen keyword.. if im not mistaken there is even an example in the wiki...

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