Nokia N-Gage

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The Nokia N-Gage and the Nokia N-Gage QD were Mobile Phones which were able to play simple 3D games. They were one of the first Symbian OS Smartphones that could be used for more than just phoning other people, e.g. as a replacement for a mobile console.

The original N-Gage was released in 2003 and featured a 2.1 inch colour display. The QD followed the next year. Some newer Nokia phones are compatible with the N-Gage software[1].

Tomb Raider 1 is one of the many games one could get for the N-Gage.

Tomb Raider

What more could you ask for than the delectable Lara Croft in the palm of your hand? Classic monster-shooting, exploration, and puzzle-solving action is on offer here, as Lara seeks the Scion, a relic from Atlantis. With 15 huge levels (set in South America, Greece, Egypt and Atlantis) and, even though it runs on a handheld device, full 3D graphics, this is, simply, the best portable version of Tomb Raider ever. Factor in a downloadable Assault Course which lets you compete against a ghost image of your friend's effort, and you have a winner.
Manufacturer's Description[2][3]


  1. Wikipedia (German)
  2. Amazon (UK)
  3. N-Gage Web Page as stored on the Internet Archive