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Metal Gear Solid Flash game

If playing Metal Gear Solid didn't make you want to crawl on the floor of your living room throwing imaginary flash grenades, then I don't think we could be friends. Solid Snake was the man. Period.

Metal Gear has advanced in age and complexity over the years, becoming one of the most beloved franchises ever released, but one of my favorite versions was the Metal Gear Solid on the Game Boy Color.

But who still uses their old GBC in this world of smartphones?

For a better way to step into the shoes of Solid Snake again, use your Samsung Galaxy S3 instead. All you need to play old Game Boy Color games is the right emulator and your a game ROM file.

Step 1: Download a GBC Emulator

How to Play Metal Gear Solid & Other Game Boy Color Games on Your Samsung Galaxy S3To play Game Boy Color games on the GS3, you'll need to download and install from the Google Play Store. It's a completely free emulator by BSlapps that lets you play any old Game Boy Color ROM you want.

Step 2: Finding Your ROM

Now, like any emulator out there, Gameboy Color A.D. does not come with any games on it, so you'll need to find some ROMs online. Just do a quick search on Google for "Game Boy Color ROM" and you'll find a bunch of game titles available.

How to Play Metal Gear Solid & Other Game Boy Color Games on Your Samsung Galaxy S3When you find the one you want (a .ZIP file works best), just download it directly on your GS3.

Legality of Downloading ROMs

ROMs are basically games in pure data form, so unless you already own the titles you want to download, I can't advise you to download them. It's kind of a gray area, and technically anyone can download a ROM, but just make sure you know that it may or may not be okay.

Step 3: Loading Your GBA Games

Open up Gameboy Color A.D. and you should be taken to a Load game screen. You'll need to locate your ROM(s) and load it.

Step 4: Play!

You can play games horizontally or vertically if you want the original GBC look. Just beware—if you switch orientation during gameplay, your game may restart. At least that was the case with Metal Gear Solid.

How to Play Metal Gear Solid & Other Game Boy Color Games on Your Samsung Galaxy S3 How to Play Metal Gear Solid & Other Game Boy Color Games on Your Samsung Galaxy S3

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by Nurseman

I recently bought an older G4 powermac for $200.
I was tired of all the Ms bullshit. It was easy, I love the Mac, although it does seem a little slower.
I have Mozilla, Open Office, Flash, Windows Media Player. AIM, and any other program you could hope for.
There is nothing I cant do now, except play a few games (But that is why I have Xbox 360)
I have been using PC's since the 286 days. I will Never buy a MS/PC again. I will put up with a few headaches to know that my computer will do ONLY what I want, when I want, and not submit ANYTHING behind my back.

You can

by moderately

So you're using Ubuntu? i know its kinda hard to get 3-d rendering and what not, but if you're kinda new to Ubuntu, go to and it'll show the basics on how to get started with running applications, playing music files, playing video, burning cd's, etc.. it's also good with instructions such as installing java, flash player, etc... also go to add/remove packages, go to games, and there's a whole bunch of free games you can download and run straight from Ubuntu without having to install plug ins like flashplayer.

Network effect.

by erfymop

Especially with office documents. People could give a rats ass about Windows itself, but they still need Excel and Word for work. Pull out that, things will change a little. What I can see happening, or is happening a little with the netbooks, is people start using Linux or BSD without knowing it. They'll have a computer with point and click, a web browser, flash, movie player, music player, some simple games and productivity software, but won't know what the heck it is, anymore than they know what runs on their dvd player. How many OS X users know what BSD is? Maybe in 10, 15 years, yo

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by BUT_

Its free and I still use it as a browser sometimes. I use the chat rooms and have some favorites saved. Anyways, my pc crashed a week ago and I had someone come by to fix it. He said I might need a new hd, but he managed to get me back and running.
But now when I am on aol, I cant see any video(youtube), and I cant play any of those aol games.
I believe I need Adobe flash player?? or javascript??
When I go to "add or remove programs" I see that I have some of those versions there.
And when I am using firefox I can see videos and all works well


by JenM

My twin brother bought a new tower this weekend. We usually play backgammon with Yahoo Messenger. For some reason this won't load for him. We have installed the media flash player--it states successful download, but still not playing. I had him to try and download Java and it won't let him download this.
He is able to use all the features of Yahoo messenger--that we know of--except for games. At the Yahoo site the games platform won't load either.
We have set enabled his cookies and security preference to medium-high.
He was able to successfully download yahoo messenger and the media flash player

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