Java Micro Edition
    The Java platform is the platform used by most games developers for mobile devices, powering titles such as The Oregon Trail, R-Type and Asphalt 4: Elite Racing.

    Java Platform Micro Edition is the Java platform that was developed by Sun Microsystems and that was purchased by Oracle Corporation in 2010. For those interested in the development of the games must know that majority of games is actually created and developed through the Java Micro Edition Platform. This platform is not only used in development of games but also in developing crucial systems of mobile phones.

    However, the most prominent use of the Java ME platform is in the development of games. You may have notice that many games require this platform to be installed before you can start your game and the reason for that is the very fact that big majority of games is developed through that platform. Some of the world's most popular games in the recent period have been developed using this platform because it provides the developers with everything they need in order to create an amazing game. Some of the games that were actually developed on Java Micro Edition Platform are: The Oregon Trail, R-Type, Asphalt 4: Elite Racing, Hero of Sparta and many others.

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    AKA: Java ME
    Developer: Sun Microsystems
    Type: Java platform
    Release Date: Jan 1, 2006

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