Archive for the ‘Tipps & Tricks’ Category

The Evo 3D has become pretty popular in Germany over the last couple of months, mostly because some shops like Saturn sold it in some regions for as low as 199€ without a contract, which makes it the cheapest handset with the most power available. I bought one for 269€ and still think it’s a steal.
When it comes to 3D content, you are pretty limited with the Evo 3D. There are barely any games available, because they have to implement a plugin from HTC to support it. LG had the same problem in the beginning, but they updated the Optimus 3D and included a tool that can convert most 3D games into stereo 3D. HTC hasn’t done that and so you are limited to the three included games (Spiderman, Need for Speed Shift and The Sims, don’t update the Sims over the market or you loose the 3D slider) and the very few games that have implemented the plugin.
But when it comes to 3D movies, the Evo 3D is a hidden monster. With a little extra software we are going to build the ultimate mobile movie machine. In the end we will stream 720p 3d movies, that run in 2D when connected to a normal TV.
These settings will not work on a LG Optimus 3D without some tweaking, because it doesn’t accept any resolution, but even if you have a normal handset, you could build a similar streaming server just for 2D content with the resolution of your handset, so hopefully you get something out of it too.

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Nano Panda Review & Free Version Walkthrough

Posted by Dan Mousavi On May - 24 - 2011

Nano Panda is the first single screen 3 stars puzzle game on Android that I absolutely love. Your goal is to shoot magnetic pandas that attract each other out of barrels and destroy all monsters on the screen, while you try to collect the three stars that are placed on the screen. While it is relatively easy to just finish a level, getting all three stars on all levels is a real heavy mindbender, that could take as much time from you as Angry Birds did. If you are looking for a game that has the same satisfying feeling as Cut the Rope when you master a puzzle, look no further. The new developer Unit9 has you covered

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Hungry Shark

Posted by Dan Mousavi On June - 30 - 2010

The British developer FGOL knows how to make a big splash with their debut title Hungry Shark. Taking the gameplay of Ecco the Dolphin and turning it into a bloody munch fest for high scores brings us one of the best pick up and play game experiences on smartphones.
You play a hungry shark that gets dropped into a ocean full of food. Your goal is to eat as many things as possible, starting from all the fishes in the ocean to people that swim or stand on boats and 10 hidden treasures. But there are dangers in the ocean, Blowfish hurt you when you attack them while they are blown up, Jellyfish sting when you eat them, divers try to stab you and there are mines everywhere you swim. Thankfully our shark is strong and regenerates fast if you eat continuously. If you get hurt too often or don’t reach another edible thing in time you starve and can enter your high score in a global ranking list.

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Impossible Level Game + lite walkthrough

Posted by Dan Mousavi On June - 21 - 2010

Impossible Level game is the newest title published by Hyperbees and it seriously tries to annoy the heck out of you, by challenging you with a series of good, but sometimes frustrating riddles.
There are two versions available, a lite version with 14 Levels and a paid version with 30 Levels for 0,99 UK£. since these are riddles we cannot provide a real review, but we can help you beat the lite version. We won’t help you with the full game, but since the lite version is just a promo for the full game, we’d love to help you beat it , so you can advance to the full version.
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