Former Writer · Aug 12, 2012 at 07:00 pm

Agent Dash for ARMv6 Devices Brings Addictive, Facebook-Compatible Gaming

Gaming on Android is slowly but steadily gaining momentum. Just a couple of short years ago, the center of Android gaming was Angry Birds and a few other scattered games. Now, gaming has become much more popular, with many more titles to choose from. This includes games that are compatible with Facebook. Now, a new game with these credentials has hit the Android gaming dog pile and it’s called Agent Dash.

Posted to our forums by XDA Forum Member kunnaliskinng and developed by Google Play Developers Full Tat, Agent Dash is a platformer game that actually brings quite a bit to the table. The premise of the game is you’re a spy using your gadgets to defeat bad guys—not the freshest story line, but that shouldn’t stop gamers from giving it a shot. Some of the features include:

★ Compete with your Facebook friends
★ Intuitive controls
★ Stunning visuals
★ Explosive gameplay
★ Awesome audio
★ Gadgets galore and much, much more!

So along with the game play is Facebook integration for high score competition and comparison. It’s available for Android version 2.3.3 and up. Best of all, it’s free. To learn more, head over to the original thread.


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