Weekly Gaming Roundup

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Clickgamer Offers New Choices for Handheld Gamers

New games are available at Clickgamer this week.

The Travel Collection, developed by PocketAdventure, features six classic board games, such as Chess, Checkers, Reversi, 3D Tic-Tac-Toe, 4 in a Row, and Dots. Each game features five difficulty levels, as well as the ability to play vs. the computer or another player. An unlimited undo function and a hint system are also included. Each game is also fully skinnable.

The Travel Collection is $9.95 and requires a Pocket PC handheld with 2MB of storage, 4MB of RAM, and an ARM or XScale processor.

Tap Tap Revolution, developed by Concrete Udder, tests the player’s reaction times with stylus-controlled gameplay. Hundreds of gameplay levels are included, with a save anywhere function and stat counter. A high score table is also included to track best scores. A Pocket PC 2002 or 2003 handheld is required. Tap Tap Revolution is $9.99.

Both of these games are available through Clickgamer.

Traffic Jam Found on Palm OS 5 Handhelds

Traffic Jam, a port of eSoft Interactive’s popular game for Pocket PC handhelds, is now available for Palm OS devices. The puzzle game presents the player with a parking lot full of cars, trucks, and eighteen wheelers; in order to win, the player must maneuver them so as to free the VW Beetle from the traffic jam.

The game features 200 levels of gameplay, ten save slots, sound effects, and support for 320 by 480 screens. Traffic Jam is $5.95 and is available for purchase from the eSoft Interactive web site.



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