Comic 'looks fantastic on the N97'

21 October 2009 — 2:00 PM

The N97 is available on various contracts

A new article has been published that may convince some people to recycle mobile phones in favour of a Nokia N97.

This is because of the growing number of applications now available from the Finnish manufacturer's Ovi Store, including one that has emerged from a renowned science fiction writer.

Nokia Conversations explained Atomic Dreams is the latest in a line of new mobile-based comics now available for the N97, following other high-quality projects like Alex Besher's Manga Man.

The former is praised in the article not only for its "fantastic" look, but also its status as the first to be made freely available from the Ovi Store for its first issue.

"It's been designed to work super intuitively on Symbian OS touchscreen devices," the site continued, adding it is "another demonstration of publishers seeing pocket small-screens as a valid and exciting dedicated platform".

Alex Besher's Manga Man is one of three stories in the Dance of Darkness Trilogy.

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