If you have a BlackBerry PlayBook, chances are good that you are itching for some great games. There are some good ones in BlackBerry App World, and more to come, but one of the coolest things about the PlayBook is the built in flash support, which potentially opens up the door for a ton of awesome games that can be found free, right on the internet. CrackBerry forums member Lucky45 laid out a simple way to get the retro Nintendo game Duck Hunt running on your PlayBook.
It's as simple as saving a file to your PlayBook, browsing to where the file is stored and opening it - which will launch the browser. From here you can add it to your home screen or to your browser bookmarks and enjoy Duck Hunt on your PlayBook anytime you like! Full details, including screenshots, are posted in the forum at the link below (as well as other games as people discover what works and what doesn't) so be sure to head over there and get your Duck Hunt on! Thanks Lucky45 and everyone else that has contributed!
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