Pocket Kingdom: Own the World received a handful of glowing reviews when it was released, and Pathway to Glory was Nokia's first self-published success.
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Its main CPU was an ARM Integrated (armi) compatible chip (ARM4T architecture) running at 104 MHz, the same as the Nokia 76 phones.