While none of us hip kids get to play with them just yet, Microsoft has gone ahead and flipped the switch on for those Xbox games for Windows Phone 7. Well, for two of them at least: 'Flowerz' and 'Hexic Rush'
It's basically a milestone for the company since this is the first time, as Michael Klucher tweets above, that achievements are being counted towards your Xbox gamer-tag.
Klucher also notes on his blog that this is still a test-phase:
Finally, Paul Thurrott has also has a write up on this happening with some screenshots of the games in the Zune software and his achievements. Cool stuff and it means we're inching closer and closer to that big day.
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Getting close day by day. Can't wait for MS to open the doors to the marketplace and start to collect apps. Wonder how many we'll end up getting by the time phones start to ship in Nov.
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