Gameboid - does NOT play GB/C games, only GBA. Still great tho.
SNesoid - controls are quite awkward on the device... not feasible for all.
NESoid - it has one major advantage over any other NES emulator you've ever used: DUCK HUNT. Use that touchscreen as a light gun! Kinda makes you wish better light gun games were made... only a dozen or so came out, and that includes the duds.
Gensoid - same as SNesoid, sadly. Otherwise I'd love to have Sonic 3 & Knuckles on my phone. Easily my favorite game of all time.
Speed Forge 3D - a 3D hovercraft racing game. Pretty nice visually, controls could be better, but gameplay needs improvement.
Hearts / Spades - not much to say. They're there. They work. Pretty fun.
Last edited by El Blacksheep; December 16th, 2009 at 05:19 AM.
best game I have played on my droid is definitely bonzai blast. I had played zuma deluxe on my computer and its similar game if not better. I haven't seen it on the market for a while, but it was there last month for free, not sure where it went.
jewel is great too.
the emulators like snesroid are wonderful, I will agree 100% about the light gun games like duck hunt, though some of them don't work with snesroid at least, it is missing buttons or something (it only has the fire button). If you can get it to work, it works well, try battleclash for snes. Along the same vein I have tried playing fzero with the accelerometer sensors to steer but the control is way too sensitive. My conclusion is the one thing holding the emulator games back is the controls.
Armored Strike - Like Worms. Choose weapon, adjust shot angle & velocity, Hope it hits someone, Next turn adjust. It's a good system that's been working for a long time.
Cestos - Still play this one a ton. Billiards physics in a multi-player online combat game. I like the Sumo stage the best.
Parallel Kingdom - A MMORPG like world of warcraft. Is GPS based and played over the top of google maps, though there are ways to explore without actually going somewhere, so you can still play this if you're a shut-in. I actually had to stop playing because I was spending way too much time on it and my girl didn't appreciate it.
Space Physics - Super awesome puzzle game. You're given a stage and you have to move a ball to touch a goal. You draw lines and objects as well as a few specialized tools like a piviot point and car to direct your ball there.
What The Doodle - Like Pictionary/Win Loose Or Draw. Played online.
The Plateau - Puzzle Game. Simple concept yet can get very complicated. Given a series of nodes connected to each other by lines. Move the nodes to untangle the lines so none are overlapping. Bonuses for tapping nodes that light up. Great game. I've been playing this one the most.
Anyone from Western, NY...Michigan and Ohio knows what I am talking about.
The one by AV Productions is pretty good. Your computer partner actually plays well and never really plays cards you normally wouldn't want them too in a game situation. Definitely a great time killer.
The games I have on my Droid right now are (all can be downloaded for free, if not in a lite version that has plenty of gameplay):
Gameboid - plays GBA roms perfectly, MUST HAVE, play pokemon emerald and mario kart on this
SNesoid - plays SNES games such as mario, MUST HAVE
Robo Defense - tower defense game, extremely addicting, great gameplay, must have
Abduction! - simple game where you are a cow jumping up platforms towards an alien ship, controlled by accelerometer, addicting, passes time fairly well
Labyrinth - control a ball by tilting the phone and direct it though a maze into a hole at the end, everyone will want to play this on your phone
Jewels - get three jewels in a row to eliminate them from the board, very addicting
Pong Multi Touch - just like it says, utilizes the multi-touch feature, works well with a friend
Phit Extreme - very hard puzzle game, fit tetris-like pieces into a rectangular space
Solitaire - speaks for itself
Hey i just downloaded that GameBoid app. I can't get it to work though. I downloaded the 4.00 one and the lite one( do i need both)? and i keep getting Download unsuccessful when i download the games.? I downloaded that Bios.bin file.
Last edited by JoeMustang; January 17th, 2010 at 01:48 PM.
Hey i just downloaded that GameBoid app. I can't get it to work though. I downloaded the 4.00 one and the lite one( do i need both)? and now it is saying i need to specify a GBA BIOS File before i can play games. and it give me this to look up... <gba_bios.bin>
Where do i get that? i dont see that file on my phone anywhere.
ive been playing a game where you walk around wherever you are using the gps taking pictures of ghosts - spec treck, thats quite fun if you have a while to play it. cant help but think a pokemon version should be made...that would be sickk
They have a 3D game engine called Fuze that they use for all of their games.
Armageddon Squadron - WWII Arcade Flight Sim Iron Sight - Mech Fighting (kinda like Scorched 3D) Raging Thunder - Car Racing ToonWarz - Humorous FPS Wave Blazer - Boat Racing (like Hydro Thunder)
The single player modes of all of their games are pretty easy to beat and their games aren't cheap (~$5.00 each). But, all of their games have free demos and the paid versions all feature a multiplayer mode.
Last edited by onefix; January 18th, 2010 at 12:17 AM.
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