2010
05.19

Underground Racer

Thanks to Chevan for discovering this street racing game. Race the streets of Las Vegas, San Francisco, Miami or New York with a choice or four hot cars. This is the 128×128 px version, ideal for the Boost phones with square screens like the i290 and i335. It’s OK on the i176 and i465 too although it does quite fill the screen.

Type: Ad-Supported
Vendor: Ozura
Data Connection Required: Yes
Supported iDEN phones: All Falcon Series with Java. Best with 128 or 130 px wide screens like the i290, i335, i425, i455, etc. Also available in a 176 px version.
File Size: 106 KB

Downloading uses paid data. Downloads are for basic phones that support Java ME such as Nokia S40 phones. They do not work on Android, Apple, Firefox or Windows phones.

Download to your Phone

Go to http://boostapps.com with your phone's browser, click the "Enter jump code" link and enter this jump code: 2073

Download to your PC

JAD JAR ZIP

  1. all of these games look so 1980. Go to waptrick.com rather.

  2. Hey dennis.. Funfirmobile.com has alot of racing games. Is it any way you can upload some of them racing games.

    • Thanks, Lots of the games on here are from Funformobile. With your Incognito you should be able to download them directly without waiting for me to post them here.
      Go to http://wap.funformobile.com with the phone browser.
      Scroll to the bottom and click # FunForMobile.com
      Click Games, then Java Games
      When it asks you to choose a phone, the Incognito’s not listed so pick the Samsung A707
      Find a game and click download
      Not every game works but for generic Java games that’s true of any phone and any download site. Many games do

  3. Thank You!

  4. it works on my i465 great, but how do i exit the a the app everytime i do it wont work. thanks!

    • Yeah, I noticed that too. Just use the red button to exit.

  5. Everytime I try to load the game on my i465 it says java error, wont load when it gets to allocating flash icon. Any ideas? Thank’s!

    • A Java Error while Allocating Flash or Writing Flash always means you don’t have enough free space to complete the install.

      Just uninstall one or more apps. Highlight the app you want to uninstall, press Menu, then Uninstall.

      The demos that come with the phone are good candidates for uninstalling. You can always get them back using the Factory Preloads section in Download Apps.

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