Game, Tim’s Key Quest
Do you like arcade games? Then, this one will surely be of your liking. XDA member zarpy shows this funny game that will make you an addict soon.
In a simple colorful user interface, you are Tim and have to defeat the ice king jumping from one platform to another and trying to get the red key to step in the next level. Easy on screen buttons to move.
Working on Windows Mobile devices with WVGA resolutions.
Originally posted by zarpy
Tims Key Quest WVGA game photos and demo included
Play as Tim in his quest to defeat the evil ice king. Some levels require tim to collect the key, then a magic portal will appear . When Tim goes through portals he is transfered to another level.Other levels are standard levels where Tim has to avoid enemies and jump from platform to platform. Then there are the boss levels, where you have to figure out how to beat the bosses.
Onscreen controls are easy to use plus to solve the problem of multi-touch , you have a jump left and jump right button.Enjoy!!!!
Knowledge level: 1 (easy)
You can find more information in the game thread.
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