Tilt-control games for iPhone and Android lets you lose the tapping

Feb 10, 2010
Games

Games are popular on just about any mobile device.  Yet one thing even many smart phone models are lacking is an accelerometer.  The iPhone and  is one game that feels a little like the real deal when played on the iPhone or the Android.  Both platforms have premium and free versions of the minimalist ball […]

Games are popular on just about any mobile device.  Yet one thing even many smart phone models are lacking is an accelerometer.  The iPhone and  is one game that feels a little like the real deal when played on the iPhone or the Android.  Both platforms have premium and free versions of the minimalist ball and maze game, though from different developers. All versions offer clean graphics and settings for level-select game play. The free versions will do for this type of game.

Android Tilt Games

Mini golf takes a steady hand in real life and on Android phones.  One of the few tilt-control games available on Android is Droid Mini Golf AD Version. As the ads don’t interfere with game play, you might as well save $1.99.  Two-player options are available for back-and-forth play, which is good when you’ve passed the phone off to the kids.

Hyperspace is one of the best Android games featuring tilt-control.  For about $3.50, you get more levels of game play, each featuring a new obstacle to challenge your hand-eye coordination. The graphics of Hyperspace are comparable to those found in top iPhone games, offering Android users an addictive and quality experience.

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