15puzzle Game for HD2
Fans of the well known 15 puzzle game can now play it on their HD2 devices thanks to XDA forum member pappus, who has written the popular numbers game for Windows Mobile!
Some of you may remember the days of sliding around tiles on an actual handheld board, but for those unfamiliar with the traditional puzzle game, the idea is to re-order the numbers 1 to 15 after they have been randomly shuffled. The aim is to end up with the number 1 in the top left corner of the board, and the number 15 at the bottom right, with an empty slot in the bottom right corner.
15puzzle has been tested on the HD2, but should run on any WM device with WVGA resolution. Requires .Net CF 3.5.
To provide feedback on the game, and to download the cab, check out the application thread.
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