Ageye is know to develop some amazing games and apps for windows mobile and now they have released a new multiplayer game called Galaxies. Like the Caver game this requires a device with an accelerometer. In Galaxies you take the role of an elite pilot who is in command of an elite combat ship in deep galaxies full of enemies who want to see you dead.
* Unique gameplay and control using the accelerometer
* 10 different alien classes
* 4 different level types
* Unlimited number of levels
* Real-time online multiplayer mode
* Online highscore for the singleplayer and multiplayer mode
SciLor’s GSensor Control is a g-sensor d-pad emulator. Just tilt your device for sending up/down/left/right.
-Analog Emulation tries to send the more keystrokes the more you tilt your device
-Digital Pad sends just holds the “button” as long you tilt your device in that direction
Boing is a game built for use on a HTC windows mobile phone with a tilt sensor / accelerometer / g-sensor. Move the device to move the ball and bounce from platform to platform, it requires a device that has opengl es support.
- Touch the screen or use arrow keys to start or pause the game.
- Tilt the device side to side to move the ball.
- Enter button exits the game.
- When paused, touching the lower portion of the screen where it says resume will resume
- and touching the upper area where it says exit will exit the game.
If you like Samsung Caxixi and Omniano, then you will love this new music app for Windows Mobile called GSoundBox. GSoudBox is an application for HTC Windows Mobile phones with G-Sensor. It plays a wide variety of sounds. The sounds are triggered by shaking the phone using a variety of gestures.
Compatibility: Windows Mobile 6.x (PocketPC) with G-Sensor
Screen resolution: VGA, WVGA
Wide variety of instrument sounds
Adjust the sensitivity of the G-Sensor
Touch optimized interface
and much more!
Gapple is small pocket pc software. Its a fun bubble game for Windows Mobile. The game is targeted towards HTC Touch Pro and HTC Diamond. The objective is very simple you score by hitting positive bubbles and play as long as you can!
Epdetect is an accelerometer based mobile phone application that uses advanced signal processing to detect epileptic seizures. It runs on most mobile phones that support SMS messaging, movement detection and GPS position location.
The addition of the seizure detection signal processing enables the phone to function as a wearable seizure detection system, with remote signalling to carers. Epdetect monitors the wearers movements, distinguishing between normal movement and movement associated with a Tonic–clonic seizure. If a seizure is detected, Epdetect will contact your carer with your status and GPS position.
Zensor 2 is an application for automatically rotating your screen using HTC Touch Pro / HTC Touch Diamond’s GSensor. Unlike most other applications, Zensor is written to only detect firm moves, skipping moves done by your mobile moving in your pocket or when walking. In order to change orientation, first make sure you keep your HTC phone in a horizontal position (face up) and firmly move it to either landscape or portrait mode, to force a change. In order to make Zensor learn a new application (and whether to rotate it or not), simply move the device firmly from a face up position to an upside down position.
If you are a DIY kinda guy then this is a must have for you. This freeware Windows Mobile App is a combination of various tools like water level, ruler, etc. According to the developer mToolbox is a multifunctional sensor app. It’s like a Swiss knife but without all the hardware functions. mToolbox is using the built-in sensors of your device. This version supports the light sensor and the G-sensor.
Can be used as :
angle meter and
NavTetris, created by baldo_hk, is a classic Tetris game with a modern rendition – you control the blocks with your device’s accelerometer.
How to play:
- Tetrominoes can be moved by tilting your device to the left or right, or by using the “left” or “right” key.
- Tetrominoes can be rotated by using the scrollwheel (both directions), or by using the “up” key (only clockwise direction).
- Tetrominoes can be dropped instantly to the bottom by using the “Enter” key. The dropping can be accelerated by press and hold of the “Down” Key.
GravityPong, created by l3v5y, allows you to enjoy controlling a classic game with your device’s G-sensor (accelerometer).
- Up/Down changes the ball’s speed
- Left/Right changes the CPU paddle speed
- Center button pauses
- In the bottom left is the time in milliseconds since the last restart
- In the bottom right is the current score
G-Trigger is a G-Sensor based shake detector application for Windows Mobile. It allows you to trigger a predefined action upon shaking your mobile phone in a particular direction. It supports shaking in many directions, giving you many options and freedom to customize. This update brings the ability to save a screenshot, show/hide keyboard, and change wallpaper by shaking your device. Visit the XDA support forum for more information and to give feedback.
Note: you will need .NET CF 3.5 and an accelerometer enabled device.
- Customized actions
- Conditional actions
- Suspend exceptions
- Disable action exceptions
- Run service on device start-up
- Individual threshold settings for all three directions; Horizontal, Vertical & Front-Back
- Action feedback vibration settings
- Action feedback play sound settings
- Different actions for different applications
- AppToDate support
v0.9.1 beta [10-Jul-2009]
– Fixed: Null reference bug on fresh installation
v0.9.0 beta [02-Jul-2009]
– Added: Actions
o Save Screenshot (BMP/JPG/PNG/GIF at predefined location)
o Change Wallpaper (Today Screen, Manila Home & S2U2)
o Show/Hide/Toggle On-Screen Keyboard (SIP)
– Added: Added option to enable/disable debug logs
– Added: Lower threshold value up to 5 for front-back actions
– Added: Profile priority setting for auto-trigger profile option
– Added: Included new samsung SDK for G-Sensor in setup
– Fixed: Unable to detect screen is off on certain devices
– Fixed: Auto Start Service on device boot up issue (introduced in 0.8.0)
– Fixed: Few minor bugs
MobileMagic activates automatic G rotation for any app. You can customize any events say for example you need to launch the notes application when you pull the stylus out , etc. You can restrict the auto rotation of screen for specific apps. Need to have .NET compact framework 3.5 installed for this to work.
With this tool you can adjust your backlight levels according to the values your light sensor measures…
You can also change the interval how often the light sensor should be accessed.
With those two features you may save some battery power.
Any pocketpc windows mobile with Light sensor built in.
“Turn your life around – literally, with the help of changeScreen, a screen rotation application for G-Sensor enabled Windows Mobile phones.”
This appliaction will:
- Allow you to stop and start the screen switch as you please.
- Start up with your device if desired.
- Allow exceptions (Opera is an exception by default because it already uses the Gsensor).
- NOT show up in the running programs list! (Most important thing to me!)
- You also do NOT need to install .NETCF 3.5 to use this. It should run fine on 2.0!
SensorLock is a program designed for the HTC Touch Diamond (and will probably work on the HTC Touch Pro too). SensorLock allows you to lock the device’s screen and buttons, thereby preventing random button and screen presses while the device is in your pocket.
Locking and unlocking is simply done by rotating the device around its longest axis (clockwise for locking and counter-clockwise for unlocking) and can be done in any program (Media Player, TomTom etc) without disrupting normal device operation.
Based on the Falling Balls game for the iphone comes Billy for Windows Mobile. It was developed by zehlein from xda-developers. Billy, the haunted man, is in trouble. Balls are falling down and he has to run to avoid being crashed. It’s your task to help him. Billy can be played using the HTC-G-Sensor or the touchscreen and should run on nearly any resolution.
Windows Mobile is getting flooded with many so called sexy apps these days. I just saw this app featured on pocketnow. So far this is only tested on the HTC TouchHD and Diamond 2, the app requires a bit of processing power. Its a no brainer as to what the app does. It will display a 3D rendered bra covered womans boobs which will bounce according to the G-Sensor input.
Gyrator has an advanced graphical configuration interface using the G-sensor of the HTC Diamond/PRO to auto rotate the screen.
Gyrator has an advanced graphical configuration interface which can be used to create thousands of combinations of events to suit every users needs. Windows can be excluded from all events, or only some of them. Customizable sound events can be triggered, and the device can be made to vibrate for any event. The keypad can be locked, the screen can be turned off, or the entire device can be instructed to suspend.
Now supports ALL HTC Diamond/HTC Diamond Pro variants!
G-Trigger is a G-Sensor based ^shake^ detector application. It allows to trigger a predefined action on shaking your mobile phone (built-in with G-Sensor) in particular direction. Currently it is in very rough development phase, so please bare the bugs.
Supported shaking directions:
- Left to right
- Right to left
- Top to bottom
- Bottom to top
- Front & Back
- Front to back
- Back to front
It will trigger the specified action when phone is forcibly moved from left to right or moved as above mentioned directions. Also you can assign different actions with keeping device face up and shaking device in any of the above action or keeping device face down and shaking device in any of the above action.
G-Shotgun is a virtual shotgun for windows mobile. It now has a G-sensor support. G-Shotgun is not a real gun. Trying to defend yourself with Shotgun will likely result in your iPhone getting stolen or worse.
*VGA or WVGA resolution
*Windows Mobile 6,6.1, or 6.5
*.Net cf 3.5