Neko for Windows Mobile 6.5
Some of you may remember Neko back in the ’80s as an open-source animated cursor-chasing cat which ran across the desktop of your Apple Macintosh.
Well, when XDA forum member Nullstring was reminded of Neko, when reminiscing whilst playing some old dos games (remember those?), he thought he might have a go at bringing Neko to life on your Windows Mobile device.
Nullstring’s version of Neko has the following features:
- Neko can chase your finger
- Neko can run in different directions
- Neko can yawn
- Neko can scratch
- Neko can sleep
- Neko can lick
Additionally, since the icon designs are open, you can try your hand at altering Neko’s image – you can change Neko from a cat to some other animal! Nullstring advises though, not to use the colour black when tweaking the icon, since black is the transparency key.
For more information and to download the cab for free, take a look at the application thread.
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