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LemonQuest Leaves J2me, Sells Portfolio

February 23rd, 2010 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Companies & M&A | 2 Comments »

Lemonquest The latest developer to leave the J2me market is LemonQuest. The developer is now trying to sell off its portfolio. The company will continue with a multi-platform MMORPG aimed at PC and Smartphones.

LemonQuest will be selling its 60 games, codes and tools (Bluetooth, 3D, Connectivity etc) as well as distribution licenses per geographic area. As business developer Jesus Lozano says, they are available ‘at very low prices’.

A complete list of their inventory is on this special page.

    2 Responses to “LemonQuest Leaves J2me, Sells Portfolio”

    1. Fritz says:

      So chance is you buy the source but have no rights to distribute it? On the other side, they have already been in distribution so what value do they have left?

    2. Spam says:

      At very low prices – LOL check it out. No technical support is offered. Good luck LemonQuest with that. Please update us if you find someone stupid enough to buy it. Did someone bought Javaground till now?

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