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Topic # 5781 25-Nov-2005 22:43
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My 2 year old loves playing Bubble Breaker on the Pocket PC (under strict supervision from daddy!).

Does anyone know of any other simple Pocket PC games that a young kid would like?

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Reply # 23878 25-Nov-2005 22:59
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over my cold body\cold day in hell is anyone under 30 touching my apache! Think of the finger marks ;-)




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Reply # 23882 25-Nov-2005 23:54
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smeared chocolate and vegemite seem to come off pretty well, I'm not sure it'll handle the catch test though.... "here daddy, catch!", "noooooooooooooooooo!" :D

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Reply # 23941 27-Nov-2005 20:16
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My three year old loves playing PDAmills SPOT (http://www.pdamill.com/prod_sp.shtml). Most of the puzzles are a bit advanced for her, but she finds the 'find the apple' one seems about the right level. She is also clever enough to know that if she messes up my iPaq I will take her other computer off her and then there will be no more Elmo games :)

TBH, I really haven't seen many kids games for PPC, and I am really not at all surprised.




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Reply # 24916 18-Dec-2005 05:22
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I have poor expirience in kids games but in my recent searches on mobiletopsoft.com i saw some game packs like Kids Pack 1.3 , Pocket Kid Game Pack and some other games that may be suitable for you and your kid can found at this url : http://www.mobiletopsoft.com/search.php?querywords=kids&order=rel&way=DESC


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