When comparing Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour vs Duet, the Slant community recommends Duet for most people. In the question“What are the best offline Android games?” Duet is ranked 10th while Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour is ranked 23rd. The most important reason people chose Duet is:
Duet supports [immersive mode](http://www.slant.co/topics/2012/~what-are-the-best-andriod-games-with-immersive-mode) on Android devices that are on 4.4+ (KitKat or above). Immersive Mode allows you to 'hide' the on-screen navigation buttons and the top status bar in order to get a full screen experience.
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Pro Spectacular visual design
Hands down one of the best visual games on Android.
Pro Fun campaign mode
The single-player campaign consists of varied locations, playing different characters, a ridiculous plot, and classic fps gameplay that's broken up with vehicle sequences to avoid repetitiveness.
Pro Addictive multi-player
Between the twelve player deathmatches to the co-op objective modes there is plenty to do for multiplayer.
Pro Supports immersive mode
Duet supports immersive mode on Android devices that are on 4.4+ (KitKat or above). Immersive Mode allows you to 'hide' the on-screen navigation buttons and the top status bar in order to get a full screen experience.
Pro Excellent soundtrack
The soundtrack for Duet was created by composer Tim Shiel and matches the game graphics perfectly.
Pro Can be played offline
Duet does not require an internet connection for the game to be played, making it an ideal game to play when there is no internet connection available.
Pro Simple yet interesting graphics
At a first glance, the graphics of Duet appear rather simplistic, but on closer inspection one notices how much detail there is, from the moving background to the high resolution support.
Pro Can be played in the player's preferred orientation
Whether the player prefers playing in portrait view or landscape Duet supports it.
Con Includes in app purchases
For a game that is upfront priced in the higher tier of mobile games ($6.99) to also have in app purchases that range from $1.99 - $99.99 per item is a bit insulting.
Con Extremely difficult
Even though the levels are only 20 seconds long, the difficulty of each level is so high that it takes several attempts before a stage is completed.