13 years later - Diablo finally available for Windows Mobile

13 years later - Diablo finally available for Windows Mobile
Would you believe that it's been almost 13 years since Diablo was first released? And that it took all that time before it got ported to Windows Mobile? We're not complaining about the long wait, especially with all the improvements in modern technology. In a world where devices are getting smaller and more powerful, you'd think that a 13 year old classic could've been released earlier. Either way, Windows Mobile users can now relive the game while on the go. Follow the link to get your copy of the game.

source: JamesBeckingham





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10 Comments

1. legionsreturn unregistered

Another game, another article, filler.

3. Dood

Posts: 269; Member since: Mar 23, 2009

Yeah, this is actually pretty cool...if I didn't have an awesome phone already, I would get a WMo phone. But only if it had an actual razor in it...

6. illusionado unregistered

wew..that game would be exciting and fun to play for about an hour but after it..u will open it less

7. legionsreturn unregistered

Also, Diablo with a stylus on a screen a few inches wide?? Nice job but no thanks! Sounds like it would give me a annuerism.

2. Kiltlifter

Posts: 742; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

maybe you don't get it... THIS IS A PC GAME!!! This is very interesting, this proves that your cell phone is just as powerful (if not more so) than the computers of the 90s. Think that 13 years from now everything windows and apple are doing on your laptops and desk tops (including graphics processors and 3D art imaging) will be available on your cell phone. Imagine video game engineers able to take their mobile phone, record video of the inside architecture of a building, pressing a few buttons, and being able to render all of the information captured to digital format to be the landscape of the game in development. Mobility in technological advancement is heading that direction. THIS ARTICLE IS LIVING PROOF OF THE GAP CLOSING! Imagine DreamWorks able to make the movie Toy Story complete from mobile devices... if you don't find this fascinating then you don't need to be posting critical comments just becuase your brain lacks the capacity to see what is beyond mere words... fool.

4. Dizavis

Posts: 1; Member since: Jun 13, 2009

Why would DreamWorks be making Toy Story? Pixar acquisition in the future?! Just saying.

5. legionsreturn unregistered

Response to Kiltlifter, "Imagine DreamWorks able to make the movie Toy Story complete from mobile devices" I do not find this fascinating in the least. It is the natural evolution of tech to become more efficient, so when you say THE GAP IS CLOSING!, keep in mind you are thinking in terms relative to your own perspective and your so called process of the gap closing is actually a neverending cycle of technology improving itself.................fool.

8. Kiltlifter

Posts: 742; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

I am saying that the more efficient technology becomes the easier it is to notice how far technology has come. The point of this article wasn't just to announce another game, but to show what is capable on a mobile phone. Your responses are always so critical of everything. were you touched inappropriately as a child, or did daddy just not love you?

9. Kiltlifter

Posts: 742; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

LOL you are right... I was thinking of Shrek becuase I was stuck on computer animated movies.

10. MTLance unregistered

Talking about technology evolution here, I don't think Intel integrated graphics have went that far yet, i.e. 945 on Atom nettop couldn't play games much except running old games i.e Diablo. ROFL if Intel knew about this it'll be so embarrassed. A phone beat the crap outta Intel integrated GFX LMAO.

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