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Thursday, 7 June 2012

Nokia Belle In 5230/5233-Change S60v5 To Belle

Some One In Youtube Claims That Nokia 5233 With S60v5 Can be Modded To Belle.Watch The Video and Follow The Instructions.(Try it at Your Own Risk)
To make your symbian s60v5 RM-588 Nokia 5230 look like Symbian Belle:
you only need to follow some steps i provided here.

(if anyone feels the mediafire links are taking you to try copying the link from the skip button)

first download the Velocity CFW created by abhitheracer, the links for core and rofs2 is given here:- 
All are mediafire links

(Nokia 5233 RM-625)

(Nokia 5230 RM-588)

then download JAF suite if you dont have it, from this link:

now you need to flash with this cfw , for flashing tutorial click on this link:

now you have you nokia 5230 having belle navibar,
now install carbonora theme i modded for belle.
Belle Theme:

then install qt kit, all the applications inside this pack should be installed
Qt Kit : (qt installer will install the rest apps automaticaly, but u need to reinstall each by each)

then install hspro app for belle home screen
HsPro link : ( This is the important app for belle)

now you have completed installations.

if you want more perfection move all your apps in menu folder to first menu page then, all apps will come in a single page
looks like symbian belle,

if you want to change the app shortcuts on belle homescreen, you need to put custom icons and change the uid of that shortcut
in hspro settings.
for that i have provided all symbian belle icons in png format, and app uidviewer.
Download it from here: Symbian Anna Icons:

App UID Viewer:

just put same wallpaper on default homescreen and your belle homescrren and hide the default widgets, now it will perfectly look
like symbian belle.

All credits go to those guys who made velocity cfw, belle hspro,app uid viewer, ind190 who made carbanora theme, and all others.

Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. For S60V5

Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X.

You are David Crenshaw and you work with ARTEMIS, a private military company. You are in charge of providing all necessary fire support to the elite Ghost Recon combat units. Your objective is to rid the world of dangerous terrorists who threaten global stability. 
The assault has begun!
In a storyline adapted from Tom Clancy novels replete with plot twists, pilot one of the most powerful jet fighters in production to complete your mission. Dodge your enemies or destroy them with your missiles and discover levels where your flying skills are put to the test.

Far Cry 2 For S60v5

Far Cry 2

Your mission: Capture and eliminate the Jackal, a dangerous weapons dealer helping to arm a terrible civil war ravaging Africa. 

Prepare for an intense experience in the heart of Africa, with 10 explosive missions combining action phases on foot and motorcycle that will take you through the Savanna, desert, and jungle, where the landscape is filled with hidden dangers (mines, wild animals, fires, and more).

Choose equipment specific to each mission (flame throwers, Molotov cocktails, sniper rifles, and more), and prepare to face cunning foes who will stop at nothing to end your search...

Bubble Bash 2

Bubble Bash 2

Discover the new edition of the award winning puzzle series on your mobile. Bash together 3 or more like-colored bubbles to make them all explode just like before. But this time, you’ll take the adventure to enchanting Africa. 16 challenging game modes filled with new special bubbles add a whole new spice to the game. It takes only seconds to master, but you’ll play for hours. Beware: this game is highly addictive… Just ask its million fans around the world!

Terminator Salvation

Terminator Salvation

Though fans of the Terminator series have argued for years over which of the films is the best, and whether subsequent directors Jonathan Mostow (T3: Rise of the Machines) or McG (Terminator Salvation) were up to the challenge of continuing James Cameron’s original story, we’ll say this: we love the Terminator movies, enjoyed T3, and as admirers of both McG’s and Christian Bale’s prior work, can’t wait to see Salvation. Some might scoff at the content of these films—namely, the apocalyptic menace of a self-aware global computer network called Skynet and its human-killing, time-traveling robots—but we’ve found them to be extremely entertaining. So have video game makers: Acclaim, Midway, Atari, and others have for years made games focusing on the “future war” between surviving humans and the robots, despite the modest presence of actual footage of this war in the films.
Armed with an actual movie that focuses on this war, Gameloft has vaguely traced the path of hero John Conner through a number of events in the film: sieges of the human survivors in burnt-out cities, attempts by the resistance to destroy Skynet human-harvesting robots, and eventually a full-out assault on Skynet’s main base. You’re also briefly placed in the role of Marcus Wright, a cyborg created from the skin and mind of a human prisoner, though neither his backstory nor most of the film’s finer points are discussed in any detail within the eight-level game. For better or worse, there’s no film footage to be watched—including at the extremely anti-climactic end of the game—and the cutscenes are mostly cinematic pans through the 3-D levels you’re about to enter, overlaid with on-screen text. Voices are extremely sparing, with no obvious voice samples from the movie’s stars.
Other than the game’s brevity, these are the only major issues with what’s otherwise a pretty impressive third-person running and shooting title. You’re given an on-screen joypad and single firing button to use in controlling Connor or Wright as they run from checkpoint to checkpoint in the stages, and need to swipe the screen to turn your head and feet in different directions. Borrowed from Gameloft’s earlier Brothers in Arms, this control scheme and the surrounding graphics engine work quite well together, though you’re given less to do in Terminator: you still can and must duck for cover behind barriers when you’re under attack, but you’re limited to four primary weapons throughout the game—machine and shotguns, a grenade launcher, and an electrical surge cannon—with no hand-held grenades to toss, sniper rifles, or bazooka rounds to worry about. Once in a while, you’ll come across a stationary cannon mounted at the edge of a building or in a battlefield, but the play mechanic remains identical: just point and shoot at targets without changing perspectives or firing arcs. In later levels, you need to avoid ground-based proximity mines and flickering laser beams mounted on walls and ceilings, as well.
To Gameloft’s considerable credit, aiming and overall game control here are so straightforward that the only room for frustration is in your own infrequently poor performance. Accommodating the iPhone’s inherent control limitations, Terminator Salvation has a smart lock-on targeting system that lets you point generally in the right direction and take out robots rather than having to achieve pixel-perfect aim with the touchscreen. Where appropriate, it glides from one truly nearby target to the next, but it does make you adjust for other targets, of which there are always plenty. Between spider-like explosive robots, walking terminators of various types, and flying Hunter-Killer-like crafts, there’s never a shortage of things to shoot, and two levels place you in control of a jeep and a motorcycle to keep things interesting. While the jeep level is pretty well done, the motorcycle stage is a quickly beaten mess of targeting and scenery, and feels as if it wasn’t quite finished before the game was released.
Perhaps the single most impressive element of Terminator Salvation is the performance of its graphics engine. Though the game does have frame rate hiccups, which often correlate with iPhone background tasks, it almost always presents truly great 3-D worlds and at least acceptable characters to populate them. Gameloft’s renditions of varied apocalyptic backdrops are surprisingly rounded and detailed rather than jaggy or sparse, colored with deliberate and movie-like bleak tones, and populated with smoke clouds, flames, and enough robot hiding places that you’ll feel on the edge while you’re playing. Apart from the absence of voice acting, the cinematic music and slightly spine-chilling sound effects really work well together, too. These are really well-developed levels, at least, aesthetically.
But unlike some of the other $10 iPhone titles we’ve played recently, Terminator Salvation has very little lasting power—too little to justify a price of this sort. Levels are merely based on simple move from place to place and shoot objectives, with only modestly more depth than Midway’s simple but awesome 1991 Terminator 2 arcade game. As noted in the introduction, we beat Salvation on its normal difficulty level in an hour and a half, finding that the “rewards” were the option to replay the game on a higher difficulty mode or with the body of a terminator, albeit with unchanged dialog, and to replay the game’s very simplistic “hacking” mini-game. These aren’t especially compelling options; we would have been much more satisfied had the game’s levels been considerably more dense and populated with more varied challenges.
While it’s obvious that a lot of development effort went into this title, it’s equally apparent that designing a game that can be whipped through so quickly isn’t the best use of the considerable visual and sonic assets that were brought to bear here. iPhone game developers hoping to charge premium prices for their titles would be well-served to learn a lesson from Terminator Salvation: no matter how impressive the license, the engine, and the level designs, if there’s not enough to do, the only people you’ll satisfy are hard core fans with extra cash to burn. And then, even as fans, we wouldn’t spend $10 for a game as short as this. If it falls considerably in price, and you’re willing to buy something with only a couple of hours of play time, you might want to give it a look.
To Download Terminator Salvation,Click Here

Tuesday, 5 June 2012

Wimbledon 2009 For S60v5

Wimbledon 2009 final pack Wimbledon 2009 (All Versions) by GAMELOFT

Step onto the legendary grass of The Wimbledon Championships in the official mobile game of the 2009 tournament! Face the most intense tennis matches of your life against advanced opponents that fight their hardest for vital points in the Challenge Cup. Train year-round like a real sports pro, winning tournaments around the world to earn a chance to play on the prestigious Centre Court. New animations & greater detail make this the most spectacular mobile game simulation of Wimbledon ever!
Enter the 2009 Wimbledon tennis tournament in London! Play on the famous grass in the official sports mobile game and take the Challenge Cup!
Experience the thrill of the most popular tennis tournament in the world with the official mobile game of Wimbledon. Start your tennis training with Junior Wimbledon in the hope of serving your way up the ranks to compete in the real Wimbledon Championships. As you play on Centre Court, striving to win The Challenge Cup or Challenge Trophy, you’ll experience the intensity of matches only the grass court can provide. No matter if you choose to play in the women’s or men’s tournament, this is one tennis match you’ll definitely want to download to your mobile phone.

To Download Wimbledon 2009,Click Here

Zombie Infection For S60v5

Zombie Infection

New York, 2011 A.D.
You are part of the “Inside the Action” team and while patrolling, you realize that a virus was released… that changes people into dangerous creatures…
Save New York from bloodthirsty zombies, as a military officer, a news reporter, and a hand-to-hand combat specialist.
Use all the awesome weapons at your disposal: Rocket launcher, Katana, Grenades, Laser Gun, Machine Gun and more to complete your assignments.
Kill hundreds of zombies and complete 36 missions to save the world and become a hero!

Monday, 4 June 2012

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction For S60v5

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction

Play as Sam Fisher, a highly skilled special forces operative and fight a corrupted secret agency to get your daughter back. Follow a trail of intrigue that leads from Malta all the way to the White House! Run, jump, fight, and shoot using a handgun, shotgun, AK47 or bazooka. Hack into computer systems and maintain stealth by improvising with nearby objects or even by blending into a crowd. You are now a renegade spy agent; you don't follow any orders except for your own rules of engagement! Your morals, your game!

Soul of Darkness For S60V5

Soul of Darkness

Enter a fascinating gothic world as Kale, a mysterious and powerful man. Try to save your beloved's life and soul and free her from an evil vampire's clutches. Explore dark woods and caves, huge castles and impressive cathedrals under the light of a full moon. Master and upgrade your sword and spear, and learn how to control your powers: use fire and ice, or transform into a water elemental, a beetle or a fish to pass through the numerous obstacles in your way. Face and defeat werewolves, succubusses, gargoyles, zombies... Good or evil - be the sole master of your destiny.

Sherlock Holmes: The Official Movie Game For S60V5

Sherlock Holmes: The Official Movie Game

Step into the role of the legendary detective Sherlock Holmes and his partner Watson in the official movie game with a mystery that will require sharp wits and hard fists to solve. Women are disappearing from the streets of London and Lord Blackwood’s evil cult is somehow behind it - but why? Fight off Blackwood’s men in epic brawls, chasing suspects through back alleys, racing wagons down busy streets and using your powers of observation and deduction to find the clues you need to put it all together. This time, the challenge is anything but elementary.