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To Make it work... Simply plug in the Device to a PC, Mac, PlayStation, Xbox, Apple Pipin, Linux Computer, PS2 Tool Development Computer... ETC... Then Wait For nessesary Drivers to be installed. Then you could use this as a Storage device... Or a Password Reset disk.
If You want to play it... Or Play games on it... Simply Plug it in to the USB drive... Then copy already downloaded game to USB Drive. Simple. Then you can take it anywhere you go.
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I don't think you can do what you are trying. You will need to find games that work on the Power PC format. Intel machines can go backwards, but Power PC's cannot emulate an Intel machine. At least I have never found a solution for that. I don't think the only issue is the Flash Player. It is likely the application as well.
Are you referring to the Angry Birds game by Rovio? If so, there is a way to play it on a PC, Mac or Linux machine. Download Google Chrome and in the web store, you can install Angry Birds. I hope this helps.
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I started having the same problem. I have 3 macs, not PCs. Have spoken with other Mac users who can no longer access the game rooms on lexulous as of February 28. I went to the Apple store with my computer and they said those TCP ports were already enabled. Their take was that lexulous modified something on their website and did not do a "patch" or something to have it work for Mac users. I have emailed the site administrator but have not received a response, which is unusual.
Sure hope they fix this. Its weird that there is still a fair amount of traffic on their website.
Mac is an Apple product, whereas a PC "began" as an IBM product. There are folks who are adamant that one is better than the other, and there seems to be a general perception that Mac has better abilities for handling graphic/artist type tasks. However, as software is much more widely available for PC, updates and upgrades are released earlier, and PC's are not as expensive, I have always stuck with that. I believe that is also why there are so many more PCs out there in use than Mac machines. Thanks for rating FixYa!