I noticed over at PDABuzz that Fathammer has officially announced the availability of its 3D game engine for mobile devices. No, the 3D engine probably won't help you organize your calendar or personal contacts, but a new crop of 3D games could help you get through boring meetings.
The game engine supports a number of different mobile operating systems, but the initial push seems to be for Smartphones from Nokia and Ericsson. Though screenshots (scroll down) from the engine may not be all that jaw-dropping in the wake of Unreal Tournament 2003's visuals, they're pretty impressive for a mobile platform.
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