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Midtown Madness 3 Mobile

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Description

Midtown Madness 3 Mobile is a top view racing game proposing several modes of gameplay.

Career mode where you can play the Paramedic or Delivery guy challenge. In the Paramedic sub-mode, you drive an Ambulance in the streets of Paris to pick up injured people and in Delivery guys sub-mode, you drive a Mini cooper to puck up boxes. This must be done with a certain amount of time before your boss gets angry with you.

Checkpoint mode where you have to go though checkpoints as quickly as possible and before your opponents in order to reach the next level. In this mode, the order of the checkpoint is determined by the game.

Blitz mode where the order of checkpoint is the one you prefer. Each mode and sub-mode has 4 different races in the streets of Paris where you have the opportunity to see the most well known monuments of the town.

Winning races unlocks other races or new cars (there are 4 different cars available, Ambulance, Mini cooper, Avalanche and Majestic).

To drive across the city use left and right to turn, up to accelerate and down to brake.

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Midtown Madness 3 Mobile J2ME MotorolaV3 Ingame (Other opponents are signalised by their name)
Midtown Madness 3 Mobile J2ME MotorolaV3 Car menu
Midtown Madness 3 Mobile J2ME MotorolaV3 Ingame
Midtown Madness 3 Mobile J2ME MotorolaV3 Ingame (Checkpoint mode, reach each checkpoint before other vehicules)

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The Press Says

airgamer J2ME May 17, 2005 74 out of 100 74
Pocket Gamer UK J2ME Mar 10, 2006 6 out of 10 60

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Trivia

BeTomorrow did the mainstreams (NokiaS40, SharpGX20 and Nokia6600) then Ulysseo covered the remaining handsets porting the mainstreams to other phones.
Contributed to by Eric THOMMEROT (1415)