Game, Don´t Get Angry, Buddy for WM
XDA member TomasNM presents this game for your Windows Mobile device. Don´t get angry buddy is a friendly game that you can play with your friends and have a great time. The game is based on the popular classic board game, choose your team and roll the dice against up to four friends or device opponents in a merciless match. The developer mentions future versions will come with more animations, menu graphics, and maybe also multi player support via the Internet. Working on all resolutions.
So step in, play, leave feedback, and don´t get angry!
Originally posted by TomasNM
[PRJ-Upd]Do not get angry, buddy
There is a snowy weather outside,cold,so ideal conditions for starting of something new.
So I decided to develop my collective favourite game named “Do not get angry, buddy”,but in nice,modern design with finger-friendly interface. This pictures shows,how actually should appear main interface and some components.
What do you think about?
Please let me know…
And…it will be free of charge.
And…don’t throw your PDA against the wall while playing
Well,I will upload newer versions here.
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