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Single-player first person shooter game for JSR-184 Java/J2ME phones.

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Re-live this classic story as an interactive 3D real-time action/adventure.

Lead one of the world's greatest warriors, Achilles, through an almost never ending maze of encounters. All significant themes of the epic poem are explored.

You'll discover the substance of heroism as well as the concepts of glory and honor by attempting to control the consuming rage within Achilles.

Minimum requirements: JSR-184(Mobile 3D Graphics), CLDC 1.1, MIDP 2.0 Java/J2ME device with 1.5 megabytes of heap space

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