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Dotdot, 7 Nov 2012
Posted 16 Nov 2012
Posted 27 Nov 2012
If you liked you will probably also like
Both play a bit similar, although Nun Attack is free.
Posted 29 Nov 2012
Picked up Sonic 4 ep 2. Great game tho payed for,
Currently I am enjoying Subway Surf and the Avengers Initiative game. Gotta love the Hulk, also have played TDKR which for me was OK but not great
I see no one mentioned Plague Inc, nice little global plague simulation.
Ski Safari and Rebuild have been my favorites lately.
Posted 5 Mar 2013
good thread as i also just became an Android gamer. Frontline Commando is great, and Blood and Glory Legends is a must. Too bad a lot of the games are region-restricted, like i can see NOVA 3, Dead Space, and Mass Effect Infiltrator in the search bar, but hitting return brings no results. guess i need to move back "home" to play those...can't be a global person! only allowed to talk global, but not act global, right?
if you like shooters, look for ikaruga, dodonpachi resurrection and espgaluda II, all of them are great
Any game by Kairosoft if you like the build/upgrade type games
Wheres my perry and wheres my water are good puzzle games
Cut The rope and Cut the rope experiments are good as well
Hill climb racing
Posted 3 Jul 2013
I love playing Puzzle Family! Not only because it has so many kinds of puzzles in it but because it is family oriented also.
Posted 4 Jul 2013
Into The Dead
Rayman Jungle Run
Last few ive been playing
Posted 18 Jul 2013
Grand Theft Auto 3
Galaxy on Fire 2
I played recently in the game
Granny Smith: one of the best platform games I have ever played.
Posted 9 Aug 2013
Robot Unicorn Assault 2
Such a weird but excellent side scrolling platformer.
Posted 6 Feb 2014
Into the Dead
Posted 7 Feb 2014
I try to post games that go free on the app store when they come up so watch this forum. With the OP's permission, I will PM him/her when I post stuff, if I remember
A lot of mobile gaming seems to be variations on the same theme. Runners (Temple Run), swiping/slashing (Fruit Ninja), and some point & click style games. Frankly, I think the touch interface is very limiting. Accelerometer-based games were fun for about 5 minutes until you realised they were just a novelty. On-screen controls are a joke. A D-pad on a screen is hopeless. For me, dedicated handhelds offer much more fun, if you are willing to pay for it. A lot of people aren't.
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