Thanks, I will be working on this page in my free time. These java games are very underrated, sure they were inferior but it doesn't mean that there are no good games at all. If freaking Zeebo has it's own page why not mobile phones. Some time ago I made such list for my private use but I feel like I must recheck it before posting. - Sakahagi (talk) 01:09, August 4, 2012 (UTC)
/v/, you read my mind Edit
I got one of those Samsung non-smartphones a little while ago, and I've been constantly googling "recommended Java games." Thank you SO much for creating this page, guys. I'll contribute if I can.
Thanks and feel free to contribute. More contributions = more good games, especially that I may overlook some titles because the amount of games that were produced. - Sakahagi (talk) 01:34, August 4, 2012 (UTC)
The icon for this page takes up a lot more space than the other nearby icons because of its orientation. Is there any icon that could possibly fit better? It would look a little cleaner if so, it just looks kind of awkward as is. --Kitor (talk) 20:45, August 8, 2012 (UTC)
Almost all icons for mobile phones are oriented that way and by far this was best looking one. I decreased it's size by 1/3, I hope it looks better now. Obviously it can be changed if I will find (or someone else) better one. --Sakahagi (talk) 17:20, August 9, 2012 (UTC)
The 1/3 size decrease fixes the vertical issue, but now the text is out of line because it's less space horizontally. What about a Java icon? I don't know if that's less descriptive than a hardware picture, but it's kind of the same idea as Android, where we're displaying the software because a variety of devices run the same games on the same software. --Kitor (talk) 16:47, August 10, 2012 (UTC)