orb3000 · May 13, 2011 at 09:00 pm

SuperMeatBoy: Saws of Death for Windows Mobile

If you are tired with so many Google-Android news, heres a breather. Our friend, XDA member zarpy presents another option on his series of simple graphic games for Windows Mobile. Just think of SuperMeatBoy:Saws of Death as a crossover between any classic Nintendo/Sega 2D platforming game. This is not your typical new video game, where everything is based on how well a polygon or a pixel looks. This game goes back to basics and brings you back to a 2D cartoonish world that makes you feel like you are playing a retro-based video game. You need to save SuperMeatBoy´s girlfriend from various dangers across 5 regular levels and a final boss stage. The game only works for devices with WVGA resolutions.
If you liked it, please leave some comments.

Originally posted by zarpy
SuperMeatBoy finally hits Windows Mobile WVGA mobile devices!! You play as SuperMeatBoy saving his girlfriend from various dangers . Travel through multiple levels each one harder than the last one. Discover tricks along the way , with differnt routes to beat each level.
New control style , you have jump left and jump right buttons that solve the multi-touch issue. Enjoy and post feedback or if you need help in any of the levels.

This game was made using Game Editor , which you can download for free now. Make games and export them to your windows mobile device for free

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