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Prince of Persia

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has anyone played this?
it's on my mobile and infuriating..

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It'd irritate me as well. Can't you change it?

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well I've just completed the flaming thing recently..
it stressed me out..!

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Do you need to charge your battery now? :lol:

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I need a re- charge fer sure!

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LOL - I'd want a reFUND. Can't stand those stupid phone games.

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nor me..

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Ha ha ha ha!!! And yet you drove yourself nuts with one?

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:crazy: well it's my Daughters old phone and it's got all these games on it...
and when I 'm waiting around i have a go!

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Huge grin. I'm apparently "not allowed" to touch my kids gadgets, because I end up either "breaking them" or "making them go wrong". LOOOOL!!

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Re: Prince of Persia

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me too...this phone is mine now..she has a blackberry..!

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I don't like their squidgy small "keyboards". Mind you, I don't like mobile phones full stop.

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a necessary evil..

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They're handy, but not exactly necessary are they? Everyone managed without them before.

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they are handy in emergencies...

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Precisely.

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Tbh Tomsk, I couldn't live without my mobile.....oh no!

As for games, well you're talking to a very keen avid video game player here matey!!
Oooh yes!
But, I don't have Prince of Persia on my mobile though.

However I do have nearly all the Prince of Persia games for the PS2 and PSP.
There is one game for the PSP called Prince of Persia:Revelations and it took me a VERY long time to complete it all.
Even though I started on the EASY difficulty setting.
I can't believe how hard and frustrating it was on this EASY setting, but I persevered with it and I'm happy to say that I have completed it on the BAD and GOOD endings.
Yep, as it happens there are TWO endings to this challenging game, and there was one point in the game where I kept dying all the flipping time!! It really was driving me nuts trying to get past one level.
You had to get across a Cliff area and you had to get your character to jump on a number of wooden poles (sort of a ships mast), and when you landed on it....it began to crumble away, and so you had to be quick to jump to the next one until you reached terra firma again where lurked some sword wielding enemies,etc. and then further on, the pathway started to crumble away too....and then you had to run across the wall to another path which also crumbled away.

Luckily you had the Sands of Time magic to use, which could rewind Time, which made your character go backwards in case you made a mistake when going in the wrong direction.
Very good game,but quite a challenge!
I have also completed the very first game on the PS2 called Sands of Time, and that took me ages to complete too!
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:shock:

Boys and their toys.

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'fraid so Icey!!
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Even now I enjoy playing these games!
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LOL - love the emoticon! : )

Well hun, I don't think there's anything wrong with gaming. I just personally don't see the point, but then, if I said that I enjoy reading medical journals in my spare time, you'd probably find it really boring. We all have pastimes which we enjoy. Mine used to be more physical, but I've always liked reading and writing.

Oddly enough, photography bores me, and yet I like looking at other peoples' photos. One of my friends's just had a baby - he's about 4 weeks old now, and his dad must've taken hundreds and hundreds of pictures already - many of them all the same (e.g. of when the little chap's sleeping). I'm sure the poor boy'll be bored stiff one day when his parents bring out the "family albums"!!!

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