orb3000 · Jan 13, 2011 at 06:00 am

Super Game Pack 10 In One – Windows Mobile

Who doesn´t remember the good ol´ arcade games? Now, many all time favorites have been included in a great game package presented by XDA member adem44. The set includes classic titles such as Pisces, Bowling, Freecell2, MasaTopu, Minefield, and Duck Hunt amongst many more. The developer mentions it´s working on Windows Mobile devices with VGA resolutions only.
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Originally posted by adem44
10 Units in one game in a single setup
Link renewed.
Most like in a game together 10 pieces created in the form of a single installation. I hope you will love.

Many games in one single file
Pisces
Bowling
Freecell2
MasaTopu
Minefield
Duck Hunt
RenkDizimi
Knee Wheel
Tetris2
TetrisKav

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