Cribbage Ported to Windows Mobile
Are you a fan of card games on your PC? If it is too cumbersome for you to take out your laptop simply to have a quick game of cards, then you must realize the convenience of having handheld devices for such occasion. XDA member Mach2003 just released a one person Crib game for Windows Mobile. Very simple and light, this app uses card images from certain files in your device. Be sure to leave some feedback for the developer as the app is only in beta stage.
A very long time ago I wrote a One person Crib game for Windows PC. I never really released it into the wild, but did pass it on to many people I knew (attached here as a zipped CribSetup.MSI file).
I decided to convert that code over to Windows mobile.
You can find more information in the game thread.
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