Have Fun Beating Your Friends – Paper War for Android
It is always nice to share a good game of, well, anything when you are with a friend or two. However, having the ability to play online, over WAN, or any other type of connectivity may prove troublesome, especially if the other person does not have a device handy with him/her. Well, fear no more, XDA member cubewalker has just released Paper War for 2 Players for Android. The game basically will allow you to engage in a friendly head to head competition with cannons, aimed at your opponent’s colored targets. The objective is simple, score more kills than your opponent. Simple enough? Well, I hope you are not one of those people who likes to twist and turn whenever they are playing something because you will be playing this on the same device. The game has very nice paper-like graphics and will certainly help you in those moments of shared boredom.
Please leave some feedback for the dev if you find bugs or if you have any suggestions.
- 2 Players play in one device
- Rotate cannon by dragging finger, fire by finger up
- Shoot opponent’s color plane to earn score. Different plane give different score.
- Paper style graphics
You can find more information in the game thread.
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