Former Writer · Jan 6, 2013 at 03:00 pm

SiliBili is a Free 3D Action Adventure Game for Everyone

After much time stuck with simple games like Angry Birds, Solitaire, Billiards, and Tetris remakes, Android has finally started acquiring high quality games. While other platforms still beat out Android in sheer numbers, at least game developers are starting to take the platform more seriously. This means that games coming out have better graphics, more game play depth, and sometimes, a real story. A new game is out now that has all three.

The game is called SiliBili, and it was developed by XDA Forum Member ikubik. SiliBili is an Action-Adventure game that features pretty much all of the elements for a good game: colorful landscapes, 3D graphics, and there are even dragons. According to the developer, some of the other features of the game include:

★ 3D Action-Adventure game with beautiful graphics!
★ 2 Characters (Sili and Bili)
★ 2 Planets (Jungull & Magmull)
★ 7 Islands (Levels) in each planet
★ 2 Bonus levels in each planet
★ 8 Different Dragons plus 6 Boss Dragons
★ 14 Upgradable Equipment (Hammers and Shields)
★ Hidden items, puzzle pieces and other surprises are found all through the planets
★ Every level offers new fun and new challenges
★ Hours of gameplay

So if you’re looking for an action adventure game and have a lot of time to kill, this may be worth checking out. For more details, check out the game thread.


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