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This is one of the few games that succeeded in innovating android gaming. You can set a tablet or an android TV as the screen, while using the remote app on your Android or iOS device as the controller. They connect to each other via wifi. See More
Consisting of bomb based multiplayer gameplay (somewhat similar to Bomberman) that is geared towards being played in a party setting. Throwing bombs at your friends who are in the same room or online while yourself trying to not get blown up will easily make for a fun time, especially in large groups. During gameplay players can utilize their momentum by hitting harder or throwing further. So starting from one side of the screen and reaching the other to perform a throw or hit can give a lot more strength to their throws or hits. See More
There are 12 online and local co-op missions in game that allows up to 4 players as well as player modes like tower defense or football. There is also a couple of PvP modes such as free for all or versus. Sadly the only single player modes are the co-op modes played with an AI. All of these different modes allow for a lot of replayability due to the change of gameplay and pacing of each. See More
The Walking Dead requires that the player make decisions throughout, these typically will be in the form of action or conversation options. In many of these situations there is no obviously correct or best choice yet these decisions must be taken in stressful situations often giving a matter of seconds. They can be morally testing as you can attempt to do what is 'right', what is best for the group or what is best for yourself as well having differing repercussions on how your character is perceived by different people. See More
The Walking Dead tells a genuinely gripping story which can be a testing and exhausting experience for the player. It is told through the interactions between people fighting to survive in a new world in which resources are scarce and threats can come from both the living and the undead. Perhaps the major strength of the game in creating a compelling story telling experience is that it causes the player to care about the characters involved. This is an all too uncommon experience in gaming, and in The Walking Dead adds much greater meaning to the decisions which must be made along the way. See More
Voice actors deliver their lines with a lot of emotion, never feeling forced or fake. This excellent acting really helps draw you into the story and its characters. There's a lot of great chemistry between the various voice actors as well, resulting in conversations that flow well and sound very natural. See More
Resembling an interactive novel, the game plays out as a series of dialogue choices or decisions that result in specific actions. It's pretty interesting to replay the game many times and choose all the different ways of handling situations just to see how they play out. See More
Even if you don't read the comic or watch the TV show, you can still play and enjoy this game. It's a completely standalone story. While there are some mild easter eggs for fans of the show/comic, you can still understand the game just fine without any prior knowledge of The Walking Dead. See More
Badland has built in support for up to four player local multiplayer using a single device (sharing the screen) or using up to four controllers. You play against up to 3 other players and see who can survive the longest - and you can play dirty too if you like by pushing their drones into dangerous obstacles. See More
By limiting the amount of potions the player is able to use and forcing an excruciatingly slow replenish time Dungeon hunter 4 has broken the core gameplay in order to force users into spending real money just to fend off these false limitations, which no matter how many times one pays will always come back. It is a never ending cycle of payment just to be able to play the game in any acceptable manner. See More
Each new world a player starts is randomly generated, making for a different experience every time a new world is started. There are 38 biomes - snowy, cold, medium/lush, dry/warm, and neutral biomes, each with numerous sub-biomes (such as mountainous, rivers, forested, swamp, beach and more). These biomes each have their own set of blocks and configurations, and each frozen river biome will be different from the next frozen fiver biome you see. See More
In Minecraft you can really do whatever you want. If exploring different landscapes is your thing, creative mode lets you do that. Building castles or villages, or even sculptures, computers (complete with redstone logic), or unique builds can be done such as roller coasters or replicas of objects like the Enterprise from Star Trek. For more combat focused gameplay, enter survivor mode and you can fight monsters, gather resources, craft weapons, build traps and farms and much more. See More
The mobile version lacks a button for doing stunts. The PC and console versions allow Tony Hawk game style stunts. The mobile version lacks this making it different from the "skating game" style of the PC and console versions as well as different from the given description. See More
There is no jump button, reload button or and interaction button, keeping the touch controls interface quite simple. Left side of the screen moves, right side looks around and there is a fire button. This makes the controls simple to understand and use. See More
Core gameplay mechanics are of old-school first person shooter. Players move room to room finding objects called nodes to shoot before being allowed to leave to the next room. While trying to find the node players will of course be facing off against AI controlled enemies. See More
The developer Hello Games built Joe Danger from the ground up for the mobile platform which allows for a better design to the touch controls than a port would have allowed. Considering how many ports Android receives, it is refreshing to see a developer that makes an effort to create a worthwhile game for Android instead of the easy cash in of a lazy port. See More
There are in app purchases that range from $1.16 - $15.06 per item for purchasing in game currency, something that is usually found in free to play games. Sadly this is an upfront paid game that has a price of $2.86, that still wants users to spend even more money on the game after they already bought it. See More
Mobile games are great for playing for just a new minutes here and there, and Reaper works exactly like that. If you've only got 5 minutes, you can still enjoy it. Some mobile RPGs need plenty of time to get into the mood and enjoy, which isn't always possible on mobile. See More
The gameplay is free up to the tenth level, at that point an in app purchase has to be made of which there are three depending on how much content you want. $3 unlocks the rest of the levels, while $4 nets you more in-game items, and $5 gets you everything available as well as the Dark Harvest game mode. See More
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