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Cordy: A Little Robot With A Big Job
XDA Member manlisten has brought a great new game from the Android Market to our attention. As a little robot in a big world, Cordy is responsible for powering up his mechanical world by using every ability at his disposal. Cordy will “run, jump, push, pull, lift, throw, break, smash and swing through puzzles and obstacle courses” until power is fed through each level.
What are people saying?
Best game for Android. It supports the keyboard, and therefore gamepads and … by Schprlock– March 19, 2011 Fantastic game. I can’t believe it’s free! by vincent– March 19, 2011
Love it! Awesome graphics HTC desire hd can’t wait for more levels!! by Rebecca – March 19, 2011
Help Cordy maneuver his way through two exciting worlds, and more on the way as development continues. The graphics are stunning and the game play is addicting. This game should work for Android devices running 2.1 and above. To find more about compatibility, visit the original thread or head over to the Android Market for download.
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