Android Game: Cellulon
Looking for a new game for your android phone? XDA Member MarcusMaximus04 is in the process of developing a new Android Side Scroller based game. The general plot of the game is:
Originally posted by MarcusMaximus04
It’s a platformer in which the player plays as a single-celled citizen of planet Cellulon. Cellulon is under attack from an evil race of viruses called the Virii. The basic point of each level is to try to make it to the far right of the level.
The controls are pretty simple and the app is avaliable for download from the application thread, it says that it is stable across many devices, so go check it out here
. After you try it on your device, be sure to report bugs and test results in the discussion thread to help Marcus with the development of this game. The XDA version of the game features 3 levels for testing as a thank you to the XDA Members.
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