PDA News – Weekend Software Edition

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New software:

Medieval Heroes II, by Arcona Magi

Medieval Heroes II is a turn-based role-playing strategy game for the Palm OS, featuring multiple maps, hotseat multiplayer, and secret operations such as assassaination.



Super Reax, by Gamazura

A new almost-Tetris-almost-Jawbreaker puzzle game from Gamazura, Super Reax challenges you to line up bricks to produce a ‘reaction’ while collecting gold coins. Currently available for the Palm OS, PocketPC version ‘coming soon’.



NoviiRemote Deluxe, by NoviiMedia

The new Deluxe version of the popular Palm OS IR remote control program–to be sold concurrently with the standard NoviiRemote–features support for 320 x 480 screens, interface customization, and improved graphics.



Updated software:

PTvncHiRes, by Parys Technographx

PTvncHiRes, a VGA compatible PC remote control client, has gotten an update to improve rendering speed.



Agendus 9.0, by iambic

One of the most famous Palm OS PIM suites adds features designed for the Treo series of Palm phones. Among the new additions are call handling and logging, scheduled reversions to a silent ‘meeting mode’, over-the-air weather forecasts for the geographical location of any contact, improved To Do capabilities, and a ‘free time finder’ to help schedule meetings.



Acky’s XP Breakout, by Isotope244 Graphics

Updates to the new version of the first VGA Breakout game include improved paddle control, gameplay tweaks, and stability improvements.



PDAmedia Keyboard 2.0, by PDAmedia

PDAmedia Keyboard is a full-screen input panel for PocketPCs designed to let you use the screen like a thumb keyboard. The new version supports VGA screens, word suggestion, Windows Mobile 2003 SE, and more.



Agenda Fusion 6.82, by Developer One

Version 6.82 includes bug fixes, interface enhancements, and DeveloperOne’s new “Power Text” feature. Buyers of 6.82 will recieve a free upgrade to version 7 when it becomes available.





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