The iPod classic is best known as a personal MP3 music listening device, but it also stores games. The new iPod classic comes preloaded with three games: Klondike, Vortex and iQuiz. Any additional games must be purchased and downloaded through the Apple Store. Games are priced between 99 cents and £3.20. Once downloaded, the games must be loaded onto the iPod classic to be played. iPod classic games are also compatible with the third- and fourth-generation iPod Nano and fifth-generation iPod. They are not compatible with the iPod Touch, iPhone or any other model.
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Things you need
Download games from the iTunes Store onto your computer. You will need to sign up for a free account to make purchases at the iTunes Store. Purchases will automatically download through iTunes.
Connect your iPod Classic to your computer with a USB or FireWire cable.
iTunes will automatically detect the device and download (or sync) the games to the attached iPod.
Wait for the sync to complete. Do not unplug the iPod before the process is complete.
Eject the iPod from the computer and start playing your new games.
Tips and warnings
- Beware of scams purporting to offer free iPod games. Apple does not allow third parties to create games for the iPod device. These imposters may contain viruses.
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