How to Find iPod Games in the iTunes Store

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You can buy and download games for your click-wheel iPod through the iTunes store – but you have to find them first. Finding iPod games seems nearly impossible; you search and all that comes up is games for the iPhone and iPad, but nothing for your iPod Nano, iPod Video, or iPod Classic click wheel iPod. That is, unless you know how and where to look in the iTunes store. Here’s what you need to do:

First, open up iTunes. Then, in the search bar in the upper right-hand corner, type: “ipod click wheel games

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Hit enter, and you will end up with a search result that looks like this:

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Don’t despair when you don’t see any iPod games in the window! Instead, look at the left-hand sidebar – see it there? It says “Related: iPod Click Wheel Games”:

 

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Click that link (the one that says iPod Click Wheel Games on the left-hand side), and that will take you to the area of the iTunes store where you can download games for your iPod Nano, iPod Video and iPod Classic click wheel iPods.

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At the time of this writing, there are 46 games, plus 3 Kaplan prep ‘games’. Each of them cost $4.99.

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So, what’s your favourite iPod game?


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2 thoughts on “How to Find iPod Games in the iTunes Store

  1. Nope. Tried. Get “No results for ‘ipod click wheel games'”
    To eliminate the version of iTunes app, went to another computer with an older version of iTunes. Same results.
    Don’t know how you were able to access them less than 6 weeks ago, but not today.
    The info in this article old?

    1. We apologize, we are unsure how the date ended up as 2017, it should be 2011, and we have corrected that.

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