Teeter Port for WP7
We are all eagerly waiting for the release on WP7. Not only to see how the UI actually feels like or how the devices perform overall, but to flood the device with time-killing activities, also known as games. XDA member xanderkaiber decided to port one of the most famous games for mobile devices in the last decade. The screenshots display an uncanny resemblance to the original Teeter, which can be found in devices such as the Raphael, Herman, and more. There is one screenshot in the dev’s thread that shows a 3D board (looking at the game board from an angle rather than from above.
Feedback, suggestions, and comments are welcomed by the dev, who is also looking for designers to help him with possible alternate styles for the game.
Everyone loves Teeter right? I’m sure there’ll be lots of shoddy ports for WP7 on launch, so I decided to do it right and first
Obviously, I’m pretty sure the name is trademarked, so will have to be changed before release…
You can find more information in the game thread.
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