New Palm OS games from Sega Sega has demonstrated a number of new games made for the Palm OS at PalmSource in Japan. Sega announced early last year that it would expand it game development to include the Palm OS to supplement it’s business after they discontinued the game consoles. The new games feature very nice color animation and 3D texture mapping. Sega stressed that the games are not intended for production and are only demo’s. Titles include Smilebit, Borkov and Triangle Magic. “When a new platform is born, developing and delivering a good quality software to the market is an important factor to drum up the business,” said Shoji Ueda, President, Metrowerks Japan. “I think Sega’s demo software has shown a possible path for developing game software for next generation Palm handhelds. In order to deliver a critical mass of software to the market, developers need a flexible development environment tailored to their needs. And it is our commitment to support and provide them with those tools.” Want the demo’s? Click here for the Sega Japan PDA site.