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Anyone have any idea if there's a way to get third-party games for the iPod? I just think it'd be a neat feature. I guess you could go crazy with it like calculators and cell phones. But hey. worth a shot.

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Well, you could install linux on your iPod. The installation of linux comes with some nice games. It's really easy to install. Warning, use it at your own risk! Just make sure that your iPod is named "iPod" or the installation program will not find your iPod, in order to continue through with the installation. And you'll want to tell the installation to let you boot into Apple's firmware not Linux's firmware, only because Linux firmware is not perfect for playing music and I don't think you'll want to keep telling the iPod to boot into Apple's firmware every time you turn the thing on.

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