Aha - major game titles are still coming to Symbian, it seems. Regular readers will know that I was a huge fan of 10tons's orb-throwing masterpiece, Sparkle, a game which made its way out from Symbian to other mobile platforms.
You may have been using Symbian's built-in Mail widget selection and main application for so long that you can conceive of no other interface.
You may remember that around two months ago we had a batch of five new homescreen widgets deployed through SW Update to Belle Feature Pack 2-powered phones? I did do a spot on getting these unofficially onto older Symbian Belle Refresh devices (N8, E7, etc.
In All About Symbian Insight, number 239, Steve and Rafe start by talking about some exclusive news around the cuteTube app, before moving on to talk about the latest Symbian software updates (Nokia Music for Belle Refresh devices).
Let cut to the chase here. Would you pay £6 for a couple of wet wipes? Of course not, but that's essentially what you're getting here, as I discovered while trying out a sample pack of Crystalusion Liquid Glass.
You will remember my recent feature looking at the way users have set up their Symbian homescreens? Some very interesting ideas were shown off and it got me thinking.
In conversation with Engadget's tnkgrl, I postulated that Nokia had spoiled the Symbian world rotten with the launch of the 808 PureView.
Well, that was a frustrating half an hour. It's been years since I had to be consciously aware of having to close other apps down on a Symbian device in order for a game to run, but Galaxy War here will swallow up RAM like it's going out of fashion, so best humour it and close down Web, Gravity and anything else heavyweight.
Maybe you're reading this at your desk and feeling stressed and stiff? What you need are a few good stretches.
You may remember that I recently put the new Blackberry Q10 and the existing Nokia E6 communicator head to head? The outcome was positive for the Q10, with cutting edge internals, despite feelings about the sideways jump from Symbian to the still immature Blackberry OS 10.