Shoot U! Gameplay Video
Shoot U! is a great physics drawing game by Camel Games which makes you draw various shapes before to accomplish your goal each stage. What is the goal? To shoot the little guy in each stage and make him land in some fashion on the star. While sounding simple it quickly gets difficult to pull off getting the little guy to the star. Now you can shoot your friends!
Well it seems the huge outcry over Gameloft’s DRM policy hasn’t fallen on deaf ears as Phandroid is reporting that, via Dave Loft (Mr. Gameloft tipster himself), that they have announced a change to their DRM policy. The change states that users are now allowed to re-download games purchased through their website although it’ll take some time to implement this.
Dvide Arts recently put their full 3D RPG game Crusade of Destiny onto the Android market with the promise that their FPS Zombie game, Welcome to Hell, would be follow shortly. Well it is now available on the Android market for you to grab and get your zombie killing fix. This is a full 3D FPS game using the ShiVa 3D engine as well just like their previous game.
Glu Mobile just announced that they will be putting most of their games on sale for $0.99 for the entire Memorial Day Weekend. This is obviously not a huge post but it’s one definitely worth taking note of especially if you have been planning to purchase one of their games but haven’t just yet, this weekend would be the perfect time.
Word has just got out that pretty much every single Tetris close has been yanked off the Android market following a C&D order sent to Google from The Tetris Company LLC. 35 separate titles have been named in the DMCA notice that requests Google to pull them from the Android market which they now have been. We’ve managed to dig up copy of the DMCA notice.
Gameloft’s DRM policy was brought up yesterday after Dave Loft sent tips out to a few sites. I found out about it right away but decided to not post anything about it until thinking it through for a bit. Gameloft’s DRM policy is terrible. It is every developers right as to whether or not they use the Android market for sales but policies like this do no good.
With the awesome processing power of the Nexus One and Motorola Droid, it begs the question: what can still run on the first Android smartphone..? Frank P looks at his Top 5 Games for the aging G1.