Articles in the Games Category
Unlike the Samsung Wave zombie game reviewed yesterday, Zombie Slaugther from IPM Studio is not in 3D, but has double of the fun.
As I said yesterday, and I’d like to repeat myself, there’s absolutely never too many zombie games. Killing threats somehow just gives one some form of adrenaline, and knowing that it’s all just virtual eliminates the sense of fear. Although some politicians argue that violent games usually tend to violence in reality, I beg to disagree.
It’s not usual to see free Samsung S8500 3D games, but Death Land 3D is one of those unconventional programs – not that I complain of course!
This is a 3D action game in the third-person, not as attractive as FPS (first-person shooters), but then again, it is free. The name of the game adds some well-deserved hype to it and I believe it characterizes the game very well.
If you have been reading my latest Samsung Wave game reviews, then you know that Turn Em will most definitely be another one of my favourites brain teasers.
Turn Em is basically a maze. Mazes are what we did when we were in pre-school, but curiously they are still fun. Childhood nostalgia? Not really, as Turn Em is a maze with a twist – literally.
Rugby Kicks brings a small and simple taste of what an actual match can feel like, for Samsung S8500 gamers.
Many see the game as violent, while others call it a man’s sport. Whatever your take may be, this sport does have more physical impact than football or any other popular game, but it’s extremely challenging and fun at the same time. Like the Portuguese say, “tastes cannot be argued”.
It’s difficult to find talents in developers, but Mr Dork turned out to be one of the most addictive Samsung Wave games I’ve ever played.
Strategy games make the brain think, and that admittedly isn’t my – and probably many gamers’ – idea of a perfect hobby. But the sheer challenge in Mr Dork’s gameplay takes the user into the obstacles the little stickman faces and makes everything a bit more fun.
I’m very impressed by the Samsung Bada developers community, Cut ‘em All is yet another addictive logic-fun Samsung Wave game added to the repository.
I spoke in the other Bada game review about how new developer tools and SDKs often come with physics engines ready-made so that the programmer only has to plan the game itself and have fun with the built-in environment. Although I’m not sure whether Nguyen Huu Phuoc – the maker of this wonderful game – actually wrote his own engine or “borrowed” someone else’s, it’s extremely addictive …
Traditional 3D Samsung Wave games such as racing, shooters, etc. just don’t cut it anymore, as they are quite expensive – that’s why clever developers are making more logical, yet fun games, such as SliceIt.
Making 3D sceneries, objects (such as cars and people) and animating them, as well as creating levels, is just too complicated and long, even though new SDKs and similar tools have become friendlier, offering ready-made physics engines. Innovation translates in doing something out of the ordinary, efficiently, by using as little time as possible, but taking …
It took me long, but I finally mastered and won this Samsung Wave game, which is more of a board game than a westerner.
Okay, it’s not a westerner at all, there is no shooting involved, in fact, no action at all. A bit of luck and intelligence is all you will require in order to succeed at it. The very topic of this game is the wild west, involving outlaws, sheriffs, deputies and what not. You don’t have to watch western movies in order to comprehend it, as there is …
EA and Gameloft unfortunately are the only big names in the mobile gaming industry, but Final Strike 3D, a Samsung S8500 game, is here to change everything.
With a team of just one programmer, three art and level designers, and three sound managers, it is remarkable what has been achieved, or maybe it shows us what big companies could be doing better but aren’t. The sheer dedication in equipping the levels, helicopter details and then the cameras moving through the menu stages, just like on Fifa 2010 the cameras move through …
We’ve got quite a barrage of the award-winning Samsung Bada apps, Constructor Kit being the one reviewed right now.
If you’re looking for games with high-quality 3D graphics which use every single resource of the system you’re in the wrong place. Constructor Kit has nothing to do with graphics, but about the game plot and the intelligence required to pass each level.