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Stessed for Palm OSStressed! v1.0 is a lighthearted, new freeware utility for your Palm OS device from Canuck Software. Created in the spirit of past PC crashing games, stressed allows you to hammer and blast away your frustration with the Palm OS, on the Palm OS! When activated you can select your weapon of choice and start shooting and smashing the screen to demolish the current program complete with stress relieving sound effects.
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Nice to see more of these kinds of apps out there

ackmondual @ 6/15/2006 4:07:38 PM # Q
........... especially freeware. I haven't tried this yet, but going by the screenshot, this also works 'anytime' since it's brought up by the command stroke. Also reminds me of Bombel. Another freeware, stress relieving game where you pop detailed and textured bubbles like you'd find on bubble wrap used in packing material.

I had a win 3.11 screensaver like this. Neat to inflict the damage yourself for a change.

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RE: Nice to see more of these kinds of apps out there
PacManFoo @ 6/16/2006 4:18:27 PM # Q
This doesn't seem to work on the Tungsten T. I get a Sound Set error when I try to start it up. Anyone else with this problem?

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LifeDrive Owners Must Have

kevinbgood @ 6/15/2006 4:28:00 PM # Q
I just d/l'd this app and loaded it on my LifeDrive. When those moments come when your LD is fritzing, grab the hammer and beat the day lights out of it. Too much fun already.

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RE: LifeDrive Owners Must Have
hkklife @ 6/15/2006 6:22:35 PM # Q
More fun to hurl LifeDrives & Treos at unsuspecting WinMob users. Those brick-like handhelds pack a wallop when they hit!

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RE: LifeDrive Owners Must Have
freakout @ 6/16/2006 5:59:47 AM # Q
Be careful. The Treo's SAR scores make using it as a weapon a war crime under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.

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Hey Ryan

hoodoo @ 6/15/2006 4:38:21 PM # Q
Cool game

If it's a slow news day, how about announcing the winners of the contests?


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How to activate on a Treo

mberneis @ 6/15/2006 5:30:01 PM # Q
I must be missing something but can not get it to start...
Do I need Grafitti to do this?

RE: How to activate on a Treo
joad @ 6/15/2006 8:53:11 PM # Q
RE: How to activate on a Treo
robitaille88 @ 6/15/2006 11:38:03 PM # Q
The are a few other options to remap/reconfigure the commandbar for Treos...

For the Treo 600/650, you can use FieldPlus at

For the Treo 700p, you can use LudusP at

Hope that helps :-)

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joad @ 6/15/2006 5:59:54 PM # Q
Palm should immediately buy the rights to this and include it in the ROM of all handhelds and smartphones. Much more useful and relevent to the experience than "Realplayer" or "downloads."

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My PC came with this

legodude522 @ 6/15/2006 9:48:22 PM # Q
My Windows PC came with one of these programmes preinstalled.

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RE: My PC came with this
joad @ 6/15/2006 10:53:56 PM # Q
With Windoze mobile, it's self executing.

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