Make sound effects with your Palm! You can customize the frequency, duration, and volume of your sound. If you want to unlock the power of your Palm’s built-in speaker, you’ll find Palm Beeper incredibly useful! Tested on Palm OS 3.5 and 4.0.
Rocket Mania is a classic puzzle game which places you in charge of a fireworks festival. Rotate tiles to connect fuses and collect bonuses on your way to launching as many fireworks as you can before dawn! If you can’t please the crowd in time, it’s game over!
Dragonfire is a top-down fantasy role-playing game by RedShift, designed in the vein of ’90s western RPGs for PC and console. It features a large world, rich combat and inventory systems, and engaging writing for every event.
Codez4Palm is an extensive database of PalmOS registration codes packaged in a convenient app you can bring with you right on your Palm OS device! Also features MultiUserHack integration to allow registering individual apps with unique HotSync IDs. You can also keep track of your own registration codes by adding them to a private database within the app.
AppForge Booster (later called AppForge CrossfireClient) is required for running apps created using AppForge MobileVB (later called AppForge Crossfire).
Nurture and maintain a tank full of fish while fending them off from… aliens?? Insaniquarium is a fishtank simulator like no other, featuring collectibles, upgrades, and yes, alien-blasting lasers. How long will your school survive?
The Palm OS Simulator is a Windows desktop application for testing and debugging Palm apps and environments. This page features pre-packaged builds for simulating a Treo 650, LifeDrive, Palm OS 5.4 “Garnet”, and even the unreleased Palm OS 6.1 “Cobalt”, which was ultimately cancelled and replaced by WebOS.
Race against the clock in this classic marble-shooting, time-survival arcade game! Fire matching colors to clear the board and buy precious seconds, but be careful: missing shots will set you back instead!
The Palm OS Emulator is a Windows desktop application for testing and debugging Palm apps and environments. This page features a pre-packaged build for emulating a Tungsten W. Although it was replaced by the Palm Simulator, the Palm Emulator is a fundamentally different program and may have better compatibility with commercial apps.
NetFront is a mobile browser originally developed by ACCESS. It was the default browser on many Sony devices, including CLIÉ and PSP. NetFront for Palm OS features higher compatibility than Blazer while being lighter weight than Opera Mini (which requires the Java runtime), making it a great option for Palm users.