Magmic has announced their Valentine’s Day theme for BlackBerry. Decorate your home screen and icons with hearts, treats and teddy bears.
3D Rollercoaster Rush Jurassic 2 for BlackBerry is a free game for BlackBerry 7 devices that uses the new devices’ OpenGL capabilities.
The Rollercoaster Rush series is part of Digital Chocolate’s simple mobile control games. Often these games require only one or two buttons to play, which is ideal for the mobile. In this game you can either choose to employ a touchscreen speed gauge or use motion controls. The motion controls use the very-accurate accelerometer, which is responsive and fun.
If you’re a chocolate connoisseur, you might be interested in this new offering from Godiva. Godiva Chocolatier brings the Godiva catalog right to your BlackBerry, giving you access to the entire assortment of tasty treats from wherever you happen to be. It also integrates with your address book, allowing you to quickly send a package to anyone you know. Point your phone to http://www.godiva.com/mobile/default.aspx to download the app.
RIM is bringing the hammer down on LG’s Black Label, consisting of their Chocolate series of phones, due to supposed trademark violation. Their pitch is that the similar names could confuse customers into unwittingly buying the wrong device. A similar situation arose from the Blackjack in February, which ended peaceably, so there’s no reason to think that this won’t as well. Still, does that look like a BlackBerry to you? If it was another smartphone with a full QWERTY keypad that was called Black-something, I could see RIM getting uppitty, but it’s hard to sympathize for customer who confuses a Chocolate for a BlackBerry.