Nowhere (240 x 320)


Text and Action adventure game for phones with 240 x 320 px screens like the Mirro, Seek and Theory. There’s also a 176 x 220 px version of the game here.

Publisher’s description: You are John… or Lucas. Actually, you don’t really know. With Nowhere enter into a stunning horrific adventure that’s full of twists. Explore the depths of the human soul and try to unveil the mystery hidden behind Emily’s door. Be quiet, avoid the strange creatures that live in the world around you, hide in the shadows, and kill only if you’re forced to! Here, survival is all that matters.

Tips: Avoid combat, stay hidden. Destroy plant effigies to restore health.  Weapons work automatically when needed

Keys:  This game uses the number keys so you need to lock the keyboard in number mode on QWERTY phones by pressing the Fn key twice.

The arrow keys and soft keys don’t work on some phones, Use:

Move with 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; 5 = Attack, OK; 0 = Inventory; # = Music On/Off; * = Back

Type: Ad-Supported

Vendor: In-Fusio

Data Connection Required: yes

Minimum Java ME profile: MIDP 2.0

Screen Size:  240 x 320

Boost CDMA Compatible: (tested on Motorola Rambler) Yes,  but unplayable as critical parts of the screen are cut off

iDEN Compatible: (tested on i776):  No, loads but freezes at start menu

Supported Boost Phones: All, with 240×320 or larger screens (Mirro, Incognito, Seek and Theory, etc.) Reported as not working on the Juno and Innuendo.

The app “Nowhere” (228 KB) is ready to download or send to your phone as filename:”Nowhere”.

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

To download and install click here: DOWNLOAD (jad)

Alternate downloads: jar zip

12 comments on this post.

  1. lateaser says:

    Try smaller screen sizes like 208×208 or 176 x 208 or220.

  2. gwen27 says:

    Yes, I’m using an Incognito. I chose Samsung A707, which may be why I can’t see everything.

  3. gwen27 says:

    I found Nowhere on hovr’s site, downloaded it, and everything worked! I can’t see any dialouge tho, it is cut off at bottom. Therefore, I have no clue what to do

    • Dennis says:

      Interesting,I’ve been trying to find versions of games on Hovr that work better with the key mappings of popular Boost phones. If you could answer a couple of questions it might help.
      1) You are using an Incognito, right?
      2) Did Hovr recognize your phone or did you have to pick one. If you had to pick a phone Which phone did you pick?


  4. Kimberly says:

    I cant get this game to work on my Juno either. 🙁

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