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2 Free Games: Crayon Physics De Luxe and Pangya
XDA member MDA_newbie point us to these free games for Windows Mobile devices.
Pangya is a finger friendly golf game and Anmie style. And Crayon Physics De Luxe is a 2D physics puzzle / sandbox game.
Both games have been tested on Blackstone using WM6.1 but some users reported also working on Raphael and Diamond.
Both games can be downloaded from our friend and XDA member The0ne from 1800pocketpc
Originally posted by MDA_newbie
[2 games] Crayon Physics De Luxe and Pangya
Crayon Physics De Luxe
is a 2D physics puzzle / sandbox game, in which you get to experience what it would be like if your drawings would be magically transformed into real physical objects. Solve puzzles with your artistic vision and creative use of physics.
Website: http://www.crayonphysics.com (Info only)
Pangya for windowins mobile
Pangya is a golf game. Fingerfriendly and Anmie style.
Website: http://www.sweatdroplivegaming.com/2…ya-mobile.html (Info only)
You can find more information in the application thread.
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