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useful program for up-sizing 176x220 > QVGA

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The link is broken

works for me :)

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Well, maybe cause its a problem with my mac. But i must say that all I've heared so far is that cell doom is the best version compared to the rest. I just hope zfinity or anyone else with the smarts makes that update to make it 240x320. Speaking of, anyone heared that this will happen soon? the two programs I wish for is celldoom (240x320) and GBACE from masterall. dream programs....

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a link not working on a mac sounds strange, but who knows, its a Mac. lol, try another browser?

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Yea i tried it with another browser. still didnt work. Anyway anyone can send me the DoomCE.cab from that website to me? My email is [email protected] Thanks. I kinda wanna try it

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PLEASEEEEE. i need help for worms world party. i cant patched the worms. upload the patched worms world party please.?****

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Awsome application, i patched Worms world party and Midtown Madness and worked like CHARM! Realy simple too use! The only thing is that once the app is patched the graphic games are not that smooth in commparrasion to the original size, but thats a oviouse fact! :(

Nice Post! :D :(

Note.- I used a Cingular 2125, to the guy having problems patching worms, if u whant i can upload teh patched version to see if it works!

Greetings! :(

please upload the patched worms world party

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When I try to run patched to QVGA .exe file of some game for example worms or motogear my mobile says: it is not winCE application. I have got unlocked phone (SDA II /spv c550). Help me. Thank you.

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Is there a version of this that will up-scale the games to match my Q9c's 320x240 screen?

Thanks!

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I've hit a couple of problems with this program, and wondered if others could help?

I own an HTC Hurricane (badged up as Orange C550, app and SIM unlocked). It has been flashed to WM6.1 (selang09's).

When I use the program in this thread to try and QVGAify Worms World Party, no changes are apparent.

If I use the scale variant, I get the following on my screen.

pc_capture1.jpg

I read through the thread, and attempted to download the C550 version of the app, however the Russian forum linked to presents me with a message that apparently states a 404...

"The thanks to all, who help to develop resource.

File is not found

Hosting along the system everything is switch oned for 129 rub. in mo.

Windows or Unix, free domain ru, MSSQL, mySQL…"

Can anyone help me out by attaching the C550 version, OR because mine no longer has 2003SE on it, but 6.1, should I be looking for something else?

Finally, I realise this thread is old, but to Barabbas - my Worms World Party (retail) doesn't install to the root, but to \program files\worms world party 1.0.0.26 (or something like that), I attempted a fresh install, and also moved the WWP files to the path you suggested, but still get exact same problems as above.

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Worms World Party doesn't work on my HTC S620 :) Anyone have the same problem? ;)

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i don't know for sure..... but you cannot change the original screen resolution because it's already fixed.

same case with netbook that has widescreen. some games cannot change the original resolution to widescreen resolution....

i think that is hard to do.

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