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Tag: android 3d games
As smartphones and, particularly, Android-powered phones evolve, users are finding themselves migrating away from traditional, motion-sensitive gameplay and opting for more traditional and more robust interactions. Still, some developers continue to churn out typical tilt-based titles. Lava Ball 3D is a traditional tilt-ball game that features…lava. Lots and lots of lava.
This game isn’t exactly new, in fact it has been around for a bit. It is also not the only game of this type on the market. However it does offer a completely different view point then most of this tunnel racing genre in that instead of rolling horizontally or flying through the tunnel, you are actually falling downward through the tunnel.
While id Software may not have made many friends last year when they had all the Doom, Quake and Wolfenstein ports yanked off the Android market through a DMCA notice to Google, they do have the possibility now of making it up to the Android community whether that is their motive or not. Word has it that they are considering releasing their newest game, Rage, onto the Android platform.
Amtalee, Developed by Frosteam Software, follows in the footsteps of Nintaii or Cubicman 3D block puzzle games where you have to move/rotate your block to make it through the stage to the exit before being able to move on. While keeping true to the style of gameplay found in these types of games, Amtalee offers a few extra options to help you along the way.
Toms Clancy’s games have been plentiful through out the years and here is another addition that you can take with you, Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X. You’ll find all your standard Clancy fiction in this game, and there is plenty of it to go around. So read up on this review and go grab the game to show off your new phone and a pretty decent flight sim to boot.
Remember Speed Forge 3D? It was one of the earlier examples of 3D gaming on Android phones. Developer Awesome Software has since released a few more games most notably Spheremare and Colorix. After a bit of a quiet period they have released their idea of a 3D tunnel racing game called Radio Ball 3D which offers up property destruction and a touch of blood to the genre of tunnel racing.
Wavecade has developed some really original games for the Android platform such as Pokanoid, Frogly and My Paper Airplane. If you enjoyed the first My Paper Airplane then you will really like My Paper Airplane 2. More based around a track with obstacles, the second addition to this title seems to be much improved upon over the first installment.
Critical Altitude 3D, developed by Burning Bear Development, is a 3D aerial racing game that features OpenGL ES graphics and Accelerometer controls. We are seeing more and more aerial 3D games landing on the Android market and Critical Altitude 3D offers up a lot of features including endless levels to race on as you try to get the highest score possible without crashing!
C.U.B.E.S (beta), developed by The Mob, is a game very similar to iPhones Cube Runner in which you use the Accelerometer to navigate through fields of cubes. Quick rendering 3D graphics and great controls make this beta release something to keep our eyes on to see how this game progresses. The object of the game is to not crash into a cube, your score reflects how long you live.