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Another virtual pet game utilized a fingerprint scanner built into a handset to interact with a pet.
Another mobile game that year was an educational game that utilized a mobile's microphone to help children with their pronunciation skills.
Paging devices used in the late 1980s to early 1990s predate mobile phones and paved the way for the popularity of the phones among teenagers.
Pagers could only display numbers and were intended to alert the owner that they had received a call from a certain phone number, but teens quickly began using numeric messages to communicate many things, including greetings and everyday emotions.
Older arcade-style games became particularly popular on mobile phones, which were an ideal platform for arcade-style games designed for shorter play sessions.
The graphics were getting better as handsets were becoming more powerful, as demonstrated by the mobile version of Ridge Racer in 2003, though such titles cost twice as much as other mobile games.
For example, lt wouldn't correspond to the Latin characters 'L' and 't' but instead it would correspond to the hiragana, け ('ke'). Many hiragana, katakana and kanji are taken apart and reassembled using different characters including alphabet characters. It is also possibly due to different character limits when different languages are used, e.g. In the early 2000s, mobile games had gained mainstream popularity in Japan, years before the United States and Europe.
By 2003, a wide variety of mobile games were available on Japanese phones, ranging from puzzle games and virtual pet titles that utilize camera phone technology to 3D games with Play Station-quality graphics.
The number of icons gradually increased and they are now coloured on most cell phones, to make them more distinct.Most were based on various ways numbers could be read in Japanese.Examples are With the rapidly falling prices of cell phones in the mid 1990s, young people began experimenting with the short message service that the mobile phone companies started offering.Another example deals with the astrological symbol for Libra (♎).It resembles a cooked and puffed mochi, and is sometimes used in a happy new year's message as mochi are often eaten then.