POSTS TAGGED: game
Posted July 20, 2014 at 01:05 am by egzthunder1
Have you ever felt the need to have more than 10 fingers on your hands? How about a third hand? If you’ve never felt this way and you are curious as to why would anyone wish for something like this, then you definitely need to take a quick look at Circles by XDA Forum Member baseball4355.
Circles is a game analogous to that old game Whack-a-Mole, where you had to hit those furry creatures with a mallet as they come out of their holes. Essentially, your objective is to be as quick as possible and prevent the circles that pop on your screen from leaving unattended, and by unattended, I mean that you need to whack them. You must whack them with your fingers, of course. But if you are in need of whacking your device with . . . READ ON »
Posted July 10, 2014 at 12:30 am by egzthunder1
Puzzle games have been prominent on mobile devices since well before Android. After all, who can forget the legendary Tetris grazing the monochromatic screen of the original Game Boy? And just like that, there are hundreds of other games where there is no real objective other than not losing and acquiring points. Then as time went on, we got away from blocks and turned to bubbles, jewels, and all sorts of other things that could potentially be matched in a Connect 4-like fashion. It so seems that evolution of these games (or rather their persistence) is set to continue on. With this in mind, XDA Forum Member AlPav brings us his first app in the Play Store, called Colorate.
The game’s objectiv. . . READ ON »
Posted June 22, 2014 at 10:00 am by Will Verduzco
By now, we’ve all learned that ninjas don’t particularly care for fruit. This distaste for produce is normally settled with the help of a sharpened samurai sword, but what do you do when your sword is temporarily out of commission? You use the other stereotypical ninja weapon, ninja stars, to make a fruit puree.
XDA Forum Member east_62687 recently created the game Shuriken Strike: Ninja Master, and perhaps the best way to think of it is that it’s a dramatically different (and more difficult) take on the popular Fruit Ninja. Instead of wielding a sword, you have an unlimited supply of ninja stars at your disposal. To fire, you simply swipe in the direction that you’d like to th. . . READ ON »
Posted June 21, 2014 at 11:30 pm by Will Verduzco
World Cup 2014 is now in full force, and all around the world, people are tuning in to watch their favorite
soccer football team(s) duke it out in hopes of victory. While the battles rage on, many fans understandably find themselves wanting to get even closer to the action.
To help World Cup fans pass the time in between heated matches, XDA Forum Member mkrstudio created True Football National Manager. This sports-based sim game puts you in charge of a national team of your choosing, and lets you control everything from player selection, tactical orders, interviews with journalist, calls with players, and more. As in the real game, your goal is to have your team come out on top, and in the process achi. . . READ ON »
Posted June 21, 2014 at 02:30 pm by Will Verduzco
As our smartphones and tablets grow more and more powerful with each passing generation, mobile gaming titles have similarly evolved to the point where they would seem right at home on a PC or console of only a couple of generations prior. But sometimes, you want to get away from all of the gory giblets and fancy graphics in modern FPS games, and instead play something a bit more mentally stimulating. This is where puzzle games like Connect:Classic by XDA Forum Member adrian_dsl come in.
As one would imagine from its name, the goal of Connect:Classic is to connect dots of similar colors that are on your game screen. And just like the old game Numberlink, you are only able to connect dots with single, continu. . . READ ON »
Posted June 13, 2014 at 03:00 am by egzthunder1
The craze over birds in the mobile gaming world just won’t go away. Every time we feel that we have gotten over Angry Birds or the ever so infuriating Flappy Birds, we seem to stumble into the madness that involves feathered creatures once again. This is where XDA Forum Member firstname.lastname@example.org comes in, with his latest creation, Last Bird Standing.
Last Bird Standing is a game that is based on the retro Atari game Joust. The objective of the game is quite simple. As its name states, the point is to survive all the other birds that are trying to get rid of you in every level. You eliminate your opponents by jumping on them à la Mario. And much in the same fashion as with the beloved Italian plumber, y. . . READ ON »
Posted June 4, 2014 at 06:00 am by Jimmy McGee
Not too long ago, Nvidia announced that the world of PC gaming has arrived on the Nvidia Shield in a whole new way. You may recall that XDA Developer TV Producer Jordan has done a SHIELD unboxing, review, and a played a couple games, including streaming games from his PC to his SHEILD. But now, you can play two hot PC games on the SHIELD natively: Half Life 2 and Portal.
Check out this video to watch Jordan play and talk about these games on the Nvidia SHIELD. And to make things interesting, we are going to give away two Nvidia SHIELDs with $15 Google Play gift cards for you to use towards the purchase of these games (or whatever you choose). To enter to win, check out the contest entry form at the bottom of this arti. . . READ ON »
Posted May 31, 2014 at 11:30 pm by Will Verduzco
It’s late Saturday evening, you’ve written a bunch of articles for the day, and you’re winding down while getting ready to call it a night—OK, well maybe only two of those three items apply to you. In any case, rather than simply vegging out in front of the boobtube, you decide to load up a quick, yet entertaining game on your mobile device. You’re sick of Flappy Bird, 2048, and all their clones, so what do you pick out? A good, old fashioned Tower Defense game, of course!
Tower Defense (TD) games have been a staple on Android (as well as gaming as a whole) for quite some time. On Android, there are dozens of great options, and perhaps the most famous over the years is Robo De. . . READ ON »
Posted May 11, 2014 at 11:30 pm by Tomek Kondrat
Hotseat Multiplayer: These are two words that make practically any old school gamer excited. Games like Worms or Heroes of Might & Magic are absolute classics of the genre, and Android is the perfect platform to play such exciting titles. Despite this, we haven’t seen too many in this category.
XDA is a place where tons of indie developers can present their games and applications. One of them, XDA Forum Member coder1cv8, gave us the opportunity to reminisce about hotseat multiplayer gaming from the 90s.
As its name suggests, 2 Players Duel is a two player game, where you control small jets and aim to shoot down your opponents. Your goal is to win ten games. There are plenty of obstac. . . READ ON »