Gameloft does not let Android fans down. Enjoy their latest free Android dual-stick shooter action game ~ Zombiewood. Be the movie star in Hollywood by killing zombies. Yes, welcome to Zombiewood. Shred through wave after wave of crazy zombies. Zap, boil and burn all the zombies with 20 wicked ‘n’ wild weapons. Camera rolling… Ready and action!
Enjoy another free Android game from Sky Carpenter Digital Entertainment ~ Fantashooting. Fantashooting is a 3D dual stick action shooter game. Use the wacky weapons that fall serendipitously from the sky to kill all your enemies. Carry up to three runes to summon magical creatures who can quickly defuse critical situations. How long can you survive?
30 years later, SEGA’s first video game with a 3-D isometric perspective ~ Zaxxon is back. Zaxxon Escape was rebuilt for a whole new generation in this fast action arcade game. Your task is to escape Zaxxon’s asteroid city. Guide your sleek craft and shoot, steer and tilt your way through an ever-changing maze of narrow tunnels and force fields. Can you complete all 30 game objectives and escape from Zaxxon’s asteroid city?
Yeah… You can download Horn for Android from Google Play Store now. But take note that it is 1.8 GB in size. Horn by Phosphor Games Studio is a 3rd person action adventure game. A completely unique experience where you can fully explore and enjoy a beautiful and engaging console-style world, all controllable by touch gestures. And it is optimized for NVIDIA Tegra 2 and Tegra 3 devices. Hmm… Samsung Galaxy S2 and S3 can’t seem to play it yet. Oh well…
I did not have the chance to play Heroes Call ~ the free Android Action RPG game from Defiant Development when I sent my HTC One X to service. And Heroes Call is available for all the Android devices now, no more THD ~ NVIDIA Tegra 2 /3 exclusive. But it does have special effects like dynamic player lighting, enemy rag doll, enhanced particle effects and variable camera distance optimised for Tegra devices like Nexus 7 only. Better than cannot play it at all on non-Tegra devices, right?