Posted on May 15, 2013 under Android, iphone |
Since its first entry into the world of gaming, In-App Purchase (IAP) does not always get the best reception. There are still tolerable, some are considered less balanced. In terms of Dungeon Hunter 4, the application of excessive IAP will be the main stumbling block for any player.
From the technical point of this game is actually far from the term “bad”. Diablo-style gameplay execution can be considered good, then have a beautiful visual display, and the storyline is pretty weighty. It’s just that, once again, IAP and other freemium elements that never stops raining game screen will make you annoyed and frustrated throughout the game. Plus also if you do not wish to trade in any form, this title will force you to do farming because of the degree of difficulty is high enough.
Players and fans of the action RPG dungeon crawler mechanism and hack-and-slash will not be foreign. As one of the four heroes who will be the last hope of the kingdom Valenthia, you must adventure across regions from one dungeon to another while occasionally completing side-quests. The trip was exciting thanks to the flowing combat system, although there are times when a virtual key into disorder.
In terms of visuals this game does not disappoint. With standard current generation devices, models, environments, and the effects appear to detail is simply stunning. This is supported by the voice acting as filler dialogue varying flat and tasteless, and epic soundtrack to compliment the theme of the game. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Aug 13, 2012 under Android, iphone |
Who does not know the Angry Birds? Rovio managed to become very large with just one title. This time they tried to get out of the fame Angry Birds with the release of Amazing Alex for IOS and Android. Is this game can follow the success of Angry Birds?
Amazing Alex was made by Casey’s contraptions, made the game Noel Llops (Snappy Touch) and Miguel Angel Friginal (Mystery Coconut) for IOS, the rights acquired by Rovio. Display UI and tools that appear on the Amazing Alex equal to that of the Casey’s contraptions. What is different is the main character of Casey turned into Alex.
Just like Angry Birds, in this game you’ll play a lot with physics. Even so, it does not mean the gameplay on offer is similar to Angry Birds. The Amazing Alex you are required to complete a puzzle with a set of tools that provided a contraption that puzzle can be solved provided. Puzzle complicated you can accomplish with ease, but if you want to increase the level of difficulty, you can try to collect three stars that exist in every level of his. The tools are provided at each level it will use it so you do not have to worry about shortages or excess equipment. System level approximately equal to the Angry Birds which will be divided several world and in every world there are quite a lot of levels.
How To Play Amazing Alex is quite easy. At the start, state level in the state will pause. In this condition, you can arrange the tools are there to match what you want. Once fully developed, you can press the play button to start the level it and see if the tools that you have compiled your own moves. If not, you can pause the game again and re-adjust his tools. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Feb 08, 2011 under Android |
The sequel to the behemoth that is the Angry Birds sensation is now live on the Android Games market. Its already shot to the top of the charts even getting above the original Angry Birds game. But is it worth they hype? Is it any better than the original? Firstly let me say that this sequel is no radical reinvention but an evolution of what was already existing, but in fairness the game was already fantastic.
In many ways the biggest challenge this game faced was to keep the gameplay both fresh and challenging. ~The only major addition to the gameplay is the addition of snow, which does add to some of the levels, but overall is not a huge addition. The most inventive way Rovio (the developer) has gone about this is to utilise an advent calender method to unlock the christmas levels. What happens is that another level is available to play after another day passes, by limiting the gameplay its extending the amount of time you will spend on it. However this model only workd when in conjuction with the more traditional method of unlocking level which Seasons has with its halloween themed levels. The challenges are still inventive and the three star rating is still hard enough to grasp, to warrant another round of gameplay. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Feb 05, 2011 under Android |
Labyrinth is a game that is an update of one of the oldest games ever. Guiding a ball to tend goal while avoiding the interim holes in the course. And so here it is on Android Games. The main problem with the original game was not that it required physical skill but rather that it was continually stuck with one level design.
Replacing the physical actions of tilting the playing surface, this game using the accelerometer to control the ball. Its a good substitute and one that works with the game quite well. However because of this sensitive control scheme this doesn’t lend itself well to playing in a vehicle such as a car or train, because one little twitch will ruin your game.
Graphically its not an outstanding game but the animation is smooth and the wooden textures nicely done to a high level of detail. The shadowing of the ball is also shows an extra touch of effort has gone into the game. The presentation is done through in-game menus. All of which are clear and concise to use of somewhat bland. Not a negative point but one that could have been improved upon. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Feb 03, 2011 under Android |
Crazy snowboard is one of those Android Games, that you are sure is a port from a console, but it turns out it is actually an original game from the ground up. That’s not to say that it doesn’t borrow from other games – the Tony Hawks series being the most prime example – but it has both an old-school familiar arcade feel and a modern mobile aspect to it as well.
One of the first things that will strike is the graphics of the game, it has all the smooth animations and framerate of a top-level game, with the backdrop always being nicely featured and the courses being littered with well detailed ramps and trees. While it is not on the same level as the console games it does remind me of early dreamcast games and others from that era. The presentation is simple with the front end menu being simple and clear and the different missions being easily accessible. The adds a professional feel to the game. Read the rest of this entry »