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MrLegoman301
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Post » 09 Feb 2013, 03:00

Is it possible for mari0 to be on IOS

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Post » 09 Feb 2013, 03:22

I highly doubt it. The controls would probably be awkward, and how would you get mappacks on it?

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Post » 09 Feb 2013, 03:32

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Post » 09 Feb 2013, 03:42

Vyper wrote:I highly doubt it. The controls would probably be awkward, and how would you get mappacks on it?

i thought about the controls too, but for the map-packs...Have you ever played Eden on an iPod. You can get maps other people made

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Post » 09 Feb 2013, 03:44

Maurice is working on SE. He won't delay it for something like this.

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Post » 09 Feb 2013, 03:45

Legend_of_Kirby wrote:Image

I know i'm sorry but i was thinking about it last night and i wanted to see other peoples thoughts.

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Post » 09 Feb 2013, 03:46

TheHamster400 wrote:Maurice is working on SE. He won't delay it for something like this.

Its a Question NOT a Request...

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Post » 09 Feb 2013, 03:48

You kinda forgot the part where it's Nintendo's copyrighted music, concept, and art. Nintendo wouldn't like the game on the app store. The reason why Nintendo hasn't gotten up on the PC version of Mari0 is because it's free, open-source, and no advertisements are surrounding it.

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Post » 09 Feb 2013, 03:59

Qcode wrote:You kinda forgot the part where it's Nintendo's copyrighted music, concept, and art. Nintendo wouldn't like the game on the app store. The reason why Nintendo hasn't gotten up on the PC version of Mari0 is because it's free, open-source, and no advertisements are surrounding it.

Makes Sense... But what if someone did this http://forum.stabyourself.net/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=2894 but for Mari0

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Post » 09 Feb 2013, 04:01

Well This would be easily noticeable, Plus for pacman its illegally installed

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Post » 09 Feb 2013, 13:55

I would doubt Maurice took his time to port it to IOS.
There is a version of love for IOS but it's far away from being compatible with Mari0

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Post » 09 Feb 2013, 23:15

Legend_of_Kirby wrote:Well This would be easily noticeable, Plus for pacman its illegally installed

:)

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Post » 09 Feb 2013, 23:28

I wouldn't count on it ever.

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Post » 13 Feb 2013, 01:06

Camewel wrote:
Legend_of_Kirby wrote:Well This would be easily noticeable, Plus for pacman its illegally installed

:)

Smiles because I did good?

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Post » 14 Feb 2013, 20:55

WaryLouka wrote:
Legend_of_Kirby wrote:Well This would be easily noticeable, Plus for pacman its illegally installed

Not for Android.

Still illegal/not "official".
Android even allows officially the installation of non-Play Store/Android Market apps.

On some phones, no.
(Edit:But it's imposed by the manufacturer)
Google allows ROOT (Sortof Jailbreak for Android) apps on it's Play Store/Android Market.

No, since you have to install 3rd party software.
Really, it's not different than jailbreak.
They would be awesome if it was rooted by default.
Google is pure open source.

LOL. Give me the source of google search, then.(Also, they didn't gave the source of Android 3)
Google is better.

Sure, I trust you. Google is not evil.
I'm not a apple fanboy at all, but I don't claim that google is awesome when it's evil.
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Post » 14 Feb 2013, 21:43

Automatik wrote:
Google allows ROOT (Sortof Jailbreak for Android) apps on it's Play Store/Android Market.

No, since you have to install 3rd party software.
Really, it's not different than jailbreak.
They would be awesome if it was rooted by default.

The Mediacom SmartPad 706i(a low end tablet) is rooted by default, and also other tablets from the same brand and other sub-brands.

Automatik wrote:
Android even allows officially the installation of non-Play Store/Android Market apps.

On some phones, no.

I dunno if this is the case, but sometimes the limitations are imposed by the manufacturer, not by Android, like the Smartpad 705i(or 707i, cant remember) which didnt have the option to install not verified source apps on it, and didnt have the google play app neither(like 90% of Mediacom tablets), but a simple hard reset(legal, and obviously suggested when needed in the instruction booklet) made both reappear as it resets the Android OS to the original state as if the manufacturer didnt touch it to block some features.

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Post » 14 Feb 2013, 21:56

TheSeek wrote:The Mediacom SmartPad 706i(a low end tablet) is rooted by default, and also other tablets from the same brand and other sub-brands.

Yes, but why it's not the case on every phone?
TheSeek wrote:I dunno if this is the case, but sometimes the limitations are imposed by the manufacturer, not by Android, like the Smartpad 705i(or 707i, cant remember) which didnt have the option to install not verified source apps on it, and didnt have the google play app neither(like 90% of Mediacom tablets), but a simple hard reset(legal, and obviously suggested when needed in the instruction booklet) made both reappear as it resets the Android OS to the original state as if the manufacturer didnt touch it to block some features.

Yep.(But Imo, if they really want to allow us to install "unofficial" apps, then they should just allow it)

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Post » 14 Feb 2013, 22:19

Automatik wrote:
TheSeek wrote:The Mediacom SmartPad 706i(a low end tablet) is rooted by default, and also other tablets from the same brand and other sub-brands.

Yes, but why it's not the case on every phone?

Dunno, i was just statig that if you can buy a rooted by default Android device, it means that Google/Android allows the rooting of their devices.

Automatik wrote:
TheSeek wrote:I dunno if this is the case, but sometimes the limitations are imposed by the manufacturer, not by Android, like the Smartpad 705i(or 707i, cant remember) which didnt have the option to install not verified source apps on it, and didnt have the google play app neither(like 90% of Mediacom tablets), but a simple hard reset(legal, and obviously suggested when needed in the instruction booklet) made both reappear as it resets the Android OS to the original state as if the manufacturer didnt touch it to block some features.

Yep.(But Imo, if they really want to allow us to install "unofficial" apps, then they should just allow it)

What i tried to point out is that Android actually allows the users to install of "unoffical" apps, the manfacturers are the ones who don't, so it's not Android's/Google's fault.

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Post » 04 Mar 2013, 18:50

Legend_of_Kirby wrote:Image

I just could not stop laughing for 5 minutes :)


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