Flash Games Compilation for HD and HD2
Even though a lot of us are busy professionals, we like to have some time to kick back and relax. And what better way to do it than by playing some of your favorite games on your HD or HD2? However, we don’t always have the time or the searching skills to find the kind of games that will make us forget about everything for an extended period of time. With that in mind, xda member suyama8 comes to our rescue with a comprehensive compilation of flash games designed for the HD and the HD2. This guide is very neatly organized by categories with separate downloads for each one, so you don’t have to download anything that you don’t like.
We download the game pack that we want.
We put the swf game in the memory card and with Resco Explorer associate the swf to the program that was previously installed.
If you are a hardcore gamer, or simply want to relax at the airport, you can get the games and installation instructions in the original thread
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