orb3000 · Feb 8, 2011 at 09:00 pm

Game: Free Dead Space Survivor – Windows Mobile

XDA member zarpy presents this simple funny game for your Windows Mobile device. Free Dead Space is a classic game in where you need to maintain yourself alive when trapped on a space station until help comes to get you. Get ranks and advance on the levels gaining points but beware, enemies will come to you faster and faster every level. These are some tips recommended by the developer:

1) When the enemies land on the ground they move towards you. So if you haven’t fired a shot move quickly out the way.
2) When your rookie status changes to killer the enemies move faster. Sometimes fire shots in between moving back and forth.
3) Try to look for patterns in the enemy movements , it helps later on when they are coming faster.

This game is working only on WVGA devices. If you liked it, please leave some feedback.

Originally posted by zarpy
Free Dead Space Survivor Game WVGA Resolution only

Play the popular Dead Space game on your WVGA device.

Trapped in a space station you have to survive until help comes. Move left or right and fire your gun at incoming enemies. As you gain ranks , the enemies will come at you faster and faster. Dead Space on your windows mobile device!!!

Featured Achivements in the Game:

Your Rank is under the score on top left of screen.

10,000= killer title

30,000=warrior title

100,000= ???? you got to get there to find out!!!

UPDATE: Cab file added

Continue to the game thread.


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