The Gameloft Games List


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  1. stanlalee

    stanlalee Well-Known Member

    Dont know why they dont do the market thing either but lets face it, they have many of the best games available for android so if you want the best games you have no choice. Whats so difficult about it btw? It has its advantages A) doing it via your phone browser the site detects your device and only displays games for purchase that actually work with your device and B) I can pay with paypal which gives me alot more options to pay than the android market which is linked to google check out. might be a hassle to purchase from your desktop but really easy to buy and download directly to mobile device.

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  2. basalt

    basalt Well-Known Member

    I don't get stung with a 'foreign transaction charge' from the bank everytime I purchase from Gameloft - unlike the android market which Google has set up only in Euros - I avoid paying for anything through the market thanks to that.
  3. Guru Cube

    Guru Cube New Member

    Likewise. In fact, I am so peeved and paying an extra 1.50GBP per transaction (even for a 50p app!), I will only buy from developers who allow purchase outside Google Market. :mad:
  4. Vanquished

    Vanquished Well-Known Member

    Ya, that is rediculous.
  5. Pushwall

    Pushwall Well-Known Member

    I like buying from Gameloft since they have good descriptions, pictures, and videos about each game. Also they have BOGO sales that they couldn't offer if the games were on the Market. Plus their support staff is very good too! The only negative I have is that my credit card company sometimes thinks the Gameloft transactions are fraudulent since they originate from France and I'm in the US. But I can live with that as long as Gameloft keeps coming out with good games.
  6. Vanquished

    Vanquished Well-Known Member

    Has anyone tried Settlers yet? I looks pretty good. I have never played the franchise, so was curious about gameplay in general as well.

    I also have a suggestion for daveloft, since you started this thread. Do you think it would be possible to list all of Gameloft's games and the date they came out in the OP? Also with every new game that they release it would be cool if you could post it here as well. =)
  7. daveloft

    daveloft Well-Known Member

    Updated with a Coming Soon list and a complete list of all Gameloft HD games and their release date.
  8. Shocky

    Shocky On Probation

    /me waits patiently for them to add support for Galaxy S II. :)
  9. Vanquished

    Vanquished Well-Known Member

    It's too bad you have to get the games all over again, unless they changed their policy. I can understand them making you buy it again with a different platform (Nokia, iTrash, Android, and so on) but getting a new device seems kind of dumb. I don't have to buy all new PC games every time I upgrade. :(
  10. Vanquished

    Vanquished Well-Known Member

    Also, I've been trying to play NOVA again, but every time I download it and start the game, it says I have to download an extra 0mb. After it does that, it restarts and says the same thing again. I've now tried three times deleting the game files from the SD card as well as the game from internal memory.

    Also, has anyone had any trouble downloading DH2? It will download about 100mb then it says it fails and needs to start over again...every time. :(
  11. Shocky

    Shocky On Probation

    We will see, if they don't then I'll download the cracked versions, I'm not paying again. :)
  12. NZtechfreak

    NZtechfreak Well-Known Member

    Shocky, which GL titles work with out SGSII's?
  13. Shocky

    Shocky On Probation

    Only ones that work are available via the Game Hub, but some of the limited versions I've tried look a little odd, blocky textures and very close draw distance.

    Real Football 2011
    GT Racing
    NOVA
    Let's Golf! 2
    Assassin's Creed
    Hero Of Sparta
    Shrek Kart
    Modern Combat 2
    BIA2
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    Dungeon Hunter
  14. daveloft

    daveloft Well-Known Member

    Modern Combat 2 was just added to the Android Market
  15. k3Ck

    k3Ck Well-Known Member

    I don't see AT&T as a choice on the list of carriers. Does that mean I can't get any of these games?

    How come these games are not in the market? Are they ever gonna be in the market?

    And will Order & Chaos be in the market and available for AT&T?

    Thanks.

    EDIT: Read the FAQ. What a bummer. But what about Order & Chaos? Is there hope for that being in the market? And will the rest be making it to AT&T anytime soon?
  16. daveloft

    daveloft Well-Known Member

    First go to the desktop site to buy your games
    Then choose T-mobile as your carrier
    Pay by credit card or PayPal
    Download the apk and use the Android Central Sideload Wonder Machine to install it

    Or you can wait till they put them on the market. With all the updates to the android market there are more reasons for Gameloft to do it. But I have no idea when or if they will.
  17. k3Ck

    k3Ck Well-Known Member

    Oh that sideloader will get me around that damn "untrusted source" crap?

    Sweet. Thanks.
  18. daveloft

    daveloft Well-Known Member

  19. Quboid

    Quboid Well-Known Member

    Asphalt 6 doesn't appear to support the SGS2 either. Why go GameLoft hate me and why do they limit their customer base so?
  20. daveloft

    daveloft Well-Known Member

    I wonder if it's just because it's new or if it's because of the change in GPU architecture.
  21. woop

    woop novacane (OFWGKTA) VIP Member

    Stickied
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  22. daveloft

    daveloft Well-Known Member

    So my Galaxy S died today for the third time and instead of waiting for it to be fixed I went out and bought a Nexus S.

    It is at this point I would usually send an email off to Gameloft, which I did. But after doing so I decided to see if it would work, always the optimist.

    I went to gameloft.com and logged into my account and it showed all 16 games compatible with the Nexus S as ready to download. Surprising, I expected to see none as I originally purchased these games for the Galaxy S and Nexus One.

    Well to my surprise after downloading one of their games was that I could install it on my new phone and it actually worked. I tried another and another and they all worked, downloaded and played perfectly.

    Just to test I downloaded one of the APK's I had backed up a few months ago when I bought Modern Combat 2 for my Galaxy S. It installed but after launching I was told this is not an original game.

    I uninstalled it and went back to gameloft.com and changed my device listed as it was not available for the Nexus S. I download the Galaxy S to version of Modern Combat 2 and it worked without issue like the others and no mention of not being an original copy.

    So it appears that Gameloft has quietly upgraded their DRM to include the transfer of games to another phone. I can't imagine they completely got rid of DRM and are most likely tying your game to your phone number or possibly Gmail.

    I have sent an email to a friend at Gameloft to confirm this.
  23. daveloft

    daveloft Well-Known Member

    Yes its official.

    Gameloft updated their DRM when they started selling their games on the Android Market. They wanted to offer the same experience on both stores. For anyone who has trouble downloading their games just email Gameloft and they will send you new APK's without a fuss.

    Awesome sauce!
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