I've managed to install X-COM - the original, DOS version - on many, many devices. From PDAs to PSPs, from Linuxy netbooks to the PS1 disc on a PS3, and even briefly an iPad, before Apple pulled the DOS emulator from sale.
I've always been pleased to have done it, but rarely been able to play much of it. It looks awful or runs slowly or the controls don't work, and even my bloody-mindedness burns out after a time. This time has been different. This time it's on my phone and works beautifully.
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