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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : Amiga Games and Wallpapers for your cellular
   posted by Anonymous on 5-Apr-2005 17:20:41 (1267 reads)
The Dutch Amiga-dealer Computer City has opened now his cellular-shop. On a page you also find special Amiga-content there, like official wallpapers from Eric Schwartz and versions of well-known Amiga titles like Great Giana Sisters, International Karate, etc.

Supported are handsets from Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, Siemens and more. User from all over the world can receive the content directly to the cellular-phone. Cables between Amiga (PC) and the cellular are not necessary.

Computer City Cellular Shop
    

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