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Mobile Android Games

PostPosted: Sat Jan 11, 2014 5:18 pm
by SgtCostello
Hey so a chat around the IRC brought up an interested topic. What are your thoughts on mobile games, specifically for Android? Do you have any favourite games? Any you'd recommend? Any you'd recommend we avoid?

I find it really hard to keep any sort of mobile games on my phone for too long, but there's a few that are fun while they last. I really enjoy puzzle/platformer/physics games. I'd recommend downloading any of the Angry Birds series. They're entertaining for at least the first playthrough. After that, you can decide to go for the 100% completion, or delete it off your phone to make room for the next temporary mobile timesink.

Re: Mobile Android Games

PostPosted: Sat Jan 11, 2014 5:21 pm
by limdis
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Re: Mobile Android Games

PostPosted: Mon Jan 13, 2014 12:55 pm
by centip3de
I don't spend much time on my phone, as I almost always have a computer readily available (plus mobile phone's are just... bleh). Though when I do mess around on my phone, the apps that are always my goto are, "BaconReader" (Reddit is a game.) and "HN" (learning is also a game).

Re: Mobile Android Games

PostPosted: Sat Mar 08, 2014 10:21 pm
by FN-FiveseveN
I got bored with them and decided to root my device then became a script kiddie
Using GameCIH, A memory editor
I hacked all my games then there's lots of other memory editors being released then developers decided to detect device who has installed a memory editor in their devices then its gets better
They won't let you play if your Android Device is rooted.
Lol :D

#SorryForMyEnglish

Re: Mobile Android Games

PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2018 1:34 pm
by leonardwilson
Games on Android are so lame. They are poorly optimized and overall not that great. You know why I love iOS so much? Because everything is optimized to the max. They support their devices over a long period of time and I love it. And speaking more about games, they are amazing there! I play PUBG there and I can't tell a difference between a mobile version and the PC one.