Game Civil Disobedience for WP7
XDA member tehyama presents this nice little game for your Windows Phone 7. Civil Disobedience is a simple side scrolling game that is getting pretty positive reviews at the Marketplace. In the game, you guide your character through a never-ending race against the overlords to save the city, the planet, and yourself.
The game can be found for free on the Marketplace for WP7 devices.
Originally posted by tehyama
[APP] Civil Disobedience
Name: Civil Disobedience
Hey guys, this is the first game I’ve release for the WP7 platform. It was a blast to make, and I love using XNA. It’s a simple side-scrolling game, very easy to pick up and play. Currently, it’s got 4 out of 5 stars in the market, and mostly positive reviews. Hopefully it will help round out the game catalog for the time being. If you guys have any questions feel free to comment, and check out our site/twitter/facebook while your at it.
You can find more information in the game thread.
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