|Last Update:||May 11th 2006|
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Pink Pong for S60 3rd edition phones
Pink Pong is a gay version of the old Atari game 'Pong'.
However, this mobile version is for one player only.
Each game round allows the player three lives. A score board counts your successful returns of the ball with the paddle. However, if you miss it, a point is deducted,as is one of the lives.
This is a great game to improve your dexterity, and hand-eye coordination. The old sticky games are sometimes the best. This is a classic you need for your phone, a game you can play for ages or just to fill a few minutes.
To operate, use the right and left central key selectors on
The quit button is operated by the right soft key.
Installing Flash Lite SWF content onto a handset
After you have unzipped the game on your PC, install Flash game on your phone, and place them in one of these folders;
The flash player can look in either of these directories, so just transfer the file to one of them.
Nokia phones, the Nokia PC Suite software creates a system folder for the
phone, so you can browse through the phone memory just like you would any
hard drive, and can just copy files over into these folders.
Transfer the Flash games swf to the device, using one of the following methods:
IR (infrared): If your PC and handset both support infrared, you can connect the device with the PC and transfer the file via IR.
Bluetooth: If your PC and handset both support Bluetooth, you can connect the device with the PC and transfer the file via Bluetooth.
Memory card: Using a memory card reader, you can transfer the file to the memory card for the phone.
USB: Most phone manufacturers supply a USB cable for synchronising the handset with a PC and transferring files.
When copying SWF files to view on the handset, it is important to remember to install the SWF file(s) into the correct folder on the device. The Flash Lite player will only recognize SWF files that are located in the following folders or sub folders within them.
Once the SWF content is copied to one of the folders listed above, open Flash Lite from the application list, and find the SWF file to view and select it. Flash Lite will open the SWF file for viewing.
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