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Flutie
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Games

Hello NOOK Family.....I love my Nook and I never leave home without it.  I have a question. Does anyone know how to put other games on the Nook other than the 2 that came with the Nook? I don't like Chess and Suduku, welll.....too much thought to get it completed.

 

Thanks......

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ABthree
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Re: Games

@Flutie

 

Welcome!  :smileyhappy:

 

No, there is no way to add more games to your Nook unless you root it.  This will certainly void your warranty, and may well brick your Nook and make it unusable.  So, if you decide to do it, make sure that you research it well and understand what you're doing before you start.

+LORD, preserve the good in their goodness, and+
+in your kindness, make the wicked become good.+
-- St. Basil the Great+
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Re: Games

Thank you so much.  I am truly digesting your response.  A word to the wise......I guess I will either learn how to play the games that are on the Nook or no playing games at all....

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ABthree
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Re: Games

LOL  Enjoy your Nook. 

 

Actually, it's really good for reading books!  :smileyvery-happy::smileyvery-happy::smileyvery-happy:

+LORD, preserve the good in their goodness, and+
+in your kindness, make the wicked become good.+
-- St. Basil the Great+