Entreat Golden Eggs

Entreat Golden Eggs

The object of this game is to catch the eggs  from the three hens in the basket. The chickens poop a lot and you lose points if you catch poop in your basket. At higher levels the chickens sometimes lay a golden egg, catch it for extra points.

Arrow keys don’t work, Use 4, 6 to move basket, 5 as the OK key.

On iDEN (“i” Series)  phones use right soft key for left soft key action, menu key for right soft key action.

On CDMA phones the soft keys don’t work at all but the game is still playable. Just don’t click on the Help or About options in the menu as there’s no way to exit those screens and you will have to kill the game.

Type: Ad-supported

Publisher: Objectsol Technologies

Data Connection Required: yes

Minimum Java ME profile: MIDP 2.0

Screen Size: 176×220 not very playable on smaller screens

Boost CDMA Compatible: (tested on Motorola Rambler): Yes

iDEN Compatible: (tested on i776):  Yes

Supported Boost Phones: All with 176px or wider screens (Incognito, Rambler, Seek, Rant, Mirro, Juno, i856, i9, etc.)

The app “Entreat Golden Eggs” (137 KB) is ready to download or send to your phone as filename:”EntreatGoldEg”.

Downloading uses paid data. Downloads are for Java ME phones only.

To download and install click here: DOWNLOAD (jad)

Alternate downloads: jar zip

3 comments on this post.

  1. KrazyKev says:

    Bingo , most people don’t recognize that the Nokia Symbian platform is also J2me .

  2. annie_sprinkles says:


    Do you know why Boost Mobile CDMA phone’s soft keys don’t work? I’ve been looking on the internet for this answer for over a year and NOTHING! Over half the game’s I’ve download worked fine, but because of no soft keys I can’t get past, “would you like sound…yes…no”. I’ve asked Boosts reps but they act like they don’t know what I’m talking about, who knows maybe I don’t.

    • Dennis says:

      The problem is that the Java ME spec doesn’t define key codes for the soft keys, arrow keys and OK button and every vendor uses something different. Most apps are coded to use the Nokia codes as those phones are the most prevalent globally.

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