It is no secret that Windows Phone 8 has a smaller app market than either iOS or Android but it is apparently a secret just what hits are available. That is why we are doing this special report for new Windows Phone 8 owners that are looking for games for their new pocket power house [...]
Posts Tagged ‘angry birds’
While we don’t advocate any kind of animal cruelty here at Gaming on Batteries (neither does developer Pencel Games) we must say, Gerbil Physics at least caught our attention based on the premise (there is more to it than just that though). Blowing up buildings made of gerbils that are more intricate and challenging than [...]
In today’s mobile gaming market there seems to be a rift growing within the gaming community between gamers that want games to stay as close to free as possible and game publishers wanting to make as much money as possible off of their hard work. Many would argue this rift has been there since the [...]
In gaming it is customary to continue any series that is successful all the way to the point of being stupidly inane to the average gamer (how many versions of Street Fighter II has Capcom been peddling for the last 20 years that don’t advance the game at all?). For some, Angry Birds has passed [...]
I love puzzle games. I thought I would preface this by saying as much. So when Seabirds landed in my lap I figured I would give it a run. I’m glad I did. In Seabirds the overall objective is to feed your Seabird the corresponding colored fish without getting them mixed up. If you do [...]
One thing this cell phone gaming phenomenon has done is that it has taken control of most games out of the hands of the gamer that is “playing” them. This is a design choice that gets more annoying depending on the genre of game that you are playing- running games are the worst offenders for [...]
Puzzle games on portables are a mainstay since the days of Tetris on the original Nintendo Game Boy. To be a success, a portable NEEDS good puzzle games (quick, name puzzle game on the Atari Lynx, point proven). This is one area that iOS and Android have no problem throwing down in the puzzle category.
Physics based games are still going strong on portables, we have enjoyed games where we saved eggs with birds, shot evil soldiers, seen monster trucks take on skulls and more over the years. Now, we can help save people from the gallows in Gibbets 2 on iOS devices. Yes, thanks to Herocraft, you too can [...]
The birds have been to Rio, celebrated various seasons and just generally wreaked havoc on those egg stealing low down dirty pigs in many titles, along with several updates to each over the years. Now, they have gone to Star Trek country by entering space, the final frontier (where will the go next?) as the [...]
Puzzle games are a dime a dozen, really take a look at just about any distribution service and the puzzle section will probably dwarf the others, or at least give them a run for their money. Puzzle games have to have that edge, that intangible thing that pulls gamers in and
Physics based puzzle games are nothing new we have had Angry Birds sequels and clones/rip offs available for years now. Devil Hunter has taken the physics puzzle genre and slaps a horror themed coat of paint on it. To sum up Devil Hunter’s gameplay gamers need to think of a cross between Angry Birds (physics) [...]
JXD have several hand held devices on the market from tablet designs (S9000 and the S7600) to 4.3 inch (S601) and 7 inch (S7100B) models that feature physical controls. The price range is quite varied also from under one hundred dollars to about $250 (not including shipping charges).