Put Your Senses to the Test With aequilibrium for Android
XDA member theanzelm just released his first game on XDA. It basically is a game of hand eye coordination with your ability to balance something at the same time. The objective is to click on the edges of your device while trying to keep a ball balanced on top of a plate. There is a time limit and the game can be played with up to 3 other people to see who gets the higher score. Nothing wrong with a little friendly competition.
It is a very nice integration of the tilt sensor with interaction in your screen. Please try it out and leave some feedback for the dev in order to improve this game if needed.
Let me show you the first little android game I made:
In it you + up to 3 other players balance a ball and tap your phone’s edges like crazy. How many points can you get before the time runs out?
You can find more information in the game thread.
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