The Warrior Poet wrote:
Yes, the M-Touch. No Tetris was on it. I mostly play "Aqua Pearls" on it.
The touch screen on that is one of the nicest and responsive resistive screens i have every used and that game is quite addicting
Its a shame that the company that made the processor for the player went under, i think people would still be buying that player from us if we had it today.
Watched your video review on it last night. That was a nice review you did. I had forgotten about this PMP. Zuma and Bubble Pop are cool games. This is what I was talking about on other forum threads about games on these newer Ainols. I'd like something simple like that to play around w/ on a PMP. But I know these chinese PMP have to get around copyright issues.
If this player was still around for a cheap price, I take a chance on it. Even thought its a couple a years old w/o a company anymore.
I don't really think copyright is a problem.. i've seen many chinese players come with copyrighted games. and i really doubt they had licenses for them.