orb3000 · Mar 11, 2011 at 12:00 pm

Rock, Paper, Spock for Windows Phone 7

Surely, you remember this game as it has been played by many people for many generations. XDA member enahs_ presents the famous game Rock, Paper and Spock for your Windows Phone 7. This fancy simple game will not use many resources and it comes with statistics to keep track of your scores. The developer made it in XAML using the Metro theme style and becomes another option to spend some time playing around with friends. You can download it for free on the Windows Market.
If you like it, please leave some comments.

Originally posted by enahs_
[Game] Rock, Paper, Spock -[R]- 3/1/11 -[V]- 1.0

Name: Rock, Paper, Spock

This is my first game. Super simple, and uses little disc space. It takes the classics Rock, Paper, Scissors to a new level by adding in Spock and Lizard. Fun game to waste a few min on but do not want to think to much, or a easy way to learn the more advanced game! Has statistics to keep track of your wins, loses, and ties.

FREE, on the Market Place.

Just click the link above to launch the Zune software, or search for it on the Market Place.

All done in XAML, no fancy graphics. Uses Metro Theme. It is all about quick and fun. Nothing groundbreaking, but I enjoy it and hope you do to.

Comments or questions appreciated.

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