Tiger Woods Game
Bored from your last meeting? Do you have some spare time before the next one? Then, it´s time for a fast funny game since XDA member zarpy presents us with this game for devices with WVGA and VGA resolutions running on Windows Mobile.
Using your stylus to control movements, you play as Tiger Woods running away from ladies trying to get his money. The objective is to reach the golf ball so you can advance in levels. The game has a very nice sound track as well.
originally posted by zarpy
Tiger Woods girls game …play as tiger escaping women!!!! WVGA and VGA versions
Let me know of any celebrities you would like to see in games and i try to make it.
Yes play as Tiger Woods trying to escape females after his money.
Use the stylus to control Tiger Woods as he tries to collect the golf ball to make it out of the stage. Avoid the females out to get him!!!! Fun game great music a must download.
If you enjoyed the game please donate via paypal to email@example.com
THIS IS WVGA VERSION
VGA VERSION IS 2 POST DOWN
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