Edit... 30 Mar 2011 - Snowglobe CAB updated to include proper DLL
Edit... 11 Aug 2010 - Snowglobe updated to work on Omnia II
I have two apps for sale in the Samsung App Store, but I've decided to release them free here on MoDaCo and possibly a couple of other forums. The CAB files are attached. I know these work well on the Omnia, Omnia II, and Saga. They should work on most WinMo phones, although Snowglobe only has accelerometer support for some Samsung and HTC devices.
If anyone has any questions or problems, please feel free to contact me here or by e-mail. Enjoy!
P.S. These are free and unlimited versions, but a lot of work did go into them. If you like them, I'll gladly accept donations.
Here are descriptions:
Everyone knows instinctively what to do with a snowglobe: shake it! And it's no different with this one, provided you have a supported Windows Mobile with an accelerometer (motion sensor). Shaking up and down and side to side causes the snow to rise and swirl in a realistic manner. If you don't have an accelerometer, all is not lost! You can also simply tap or click the screen to "shake" the globe.
Flick up, down, left, and right to choose from among a number of built-in backgrounds in several categories. Want to make it snow in Paris? No problem! Also you can use an image of your own or simply snap a photo, if your device has a camera.
Note: Long press anywhere on the screen for the menu.
This is the best, most playable solitaire game for your Windows Mobile device. It works great in all screen modes and orientations and is highly configurable and finger-friendly, no stylus required!
Play either Yukon or Klondike solitaire with two scoring modes and a high score board. There is full undo and redo, hints (suggested moves), and an option to automatically play the endgame. Choose from simple or fancy card faces and from over 20 card backs. Configure for optimal left- or right-handed play, and on non-touchscreen devices, play using the keypad.
Yukon Gold was designed especially for easy play on QVGA (240x320) or WQVGA (240x400) and smaller displays, but it is also compatible with other resolutions. On higher-resolution devices, a separate set of high-resolution card faces and backs is used.
Edited by CSX321, 30 March 2011 - 03:42 PM.