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Topic # 22369 26-May-2008 09:54
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Mornin

Need something to do when im waiting for bus / appointments etc

Gettin v bored of the two provided ones, and i dont have enough internet connection to be able to muck around online.

Is there any way i can add extra games on to the OKTA touch?

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Matt

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  Reply # 133257 26-May-2008 10:00
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  Reply # 133283 26-May-2008 12:38
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I saw "worms" for windows mobile somewhere, looked pretty fun.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 133299 26-May-2008 14:31
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A favourite of mine would be the WM build of ScummVM running Monkey Island, Day of the Tentacle, Indiana Jones and a ton of other Lucasarts games from the early '90s. My Titan is capable of running anything up to The Dig.

I've also killed quite a bit of time playing other adventure-RPGs like Broken Sword and Glibert Goodmate. :p

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  Reply # 134546 31-May-2008 07:41
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Bubble Breaker is always addictive, go to here to download the oem cab.

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  Reply # 134549 31-May-2008 08:01
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Thanks Mauricio!

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Reply # 140016 23-Jun-2008 19:51
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zocster: Bubble Breaker is always addictive, go to here to download the oem cab.


I agree, Bubble Breaker is a good one Smile




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