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Microsoft Entertainment PocketPak for Pocket PC
Posted on 12-Aug-2004 08:22 | Tags Filed under: Software


Microsoft Entertainment PocketPak for Pocket PC
The Pocket PC Entertainment PocketPak includes ten classic games such as BlackJack and Hearts, especially adapted for the Pocket PC. When you just want a quick break while waiting to board your plane, start up a quick game of Space Defense to pass the time. Relax before the next meeting or de-stress after a long day of work or travel. Play on your own or against another person via infrared. All Windows Powered Pocket PCs have built-in industry standard infrared capability. Enjoy wireless play with another person in Hearts, Reversi, and Sink the Ships. These classic games and puzzles provide a range of mental challenges for many preferences and skill levels.

  • BlackJack -- Lose your shirt playing BlackJack on your Pocket PC.
  • Chess -- The classic game of chess.
  • Cinco -- Cinco is a word game where you try to guess a word by matching letters in other words.
  • FreeCell -- The Solitaire card game that's become a desktop favorite.
  • Hearts -- A card game where all hearts and the Queen of Spades are to be avoided. It's also infrared-play enabled.
  • Minesweeper -- Find the mines before they find you.
  • Reversi -- An ancient Chinese tile game -- the person with the most tiles when the board is full wins. Infrared-play enabled.
  • Sink the Ships -- Fill a grid with ships, then hunt out your opponents. Also infrared-play enabled.
  • Space Defense -- Stop the incoming lasers before they destroy your outposts.
  • Taipei -- Tile matching game -- remove all the tiles to get a fortune.

    Microsoft Entertainment PocketPak is available on-line and will be on retail outlets soon.

    The package requires Pocket PC with Pocket PC 2000, Pocket PC 2002 or Windows Mobile 2003 software for Pocket PC with 600 KB of free RAM.






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