Friday, April 4, 2014

5 HD games to spice up your device.

So you bought a new device, with state-of-the-art hardware. But you wanna show it off. Show it off hard. So what do you do? You install games, of course. Here are five of them to help you.

Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour:

One of the few First Person Shooter (FPS) games available on Android, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, or simply MC4 is pretty badass. Gameloft has fused excellent gameplay with excellent graphics, adding a ton of thrill to garnish it. The game automatically adjusts the graphics settings, based on your device's hardware. This means, you won't have to go through the exasperating yet essential task of optimizing it before you blow some heads off. The game has multiplayer too, where you can compete with your friends, or on online servers.
The game supports gamepads too, so all major Xbox, Logitech and some other well knows gamepads will work.
The game costs 390INR, which is more than the standard prices, but it is worth it. 

Asphalt 8: Airborne:

Gameloft redefined racing on mobile with the Asphalt series, now it has redefined the Asphalt series with Asphalt 8: Airborne. Asphalt 8, or A8 as we might say, features a lot of improvements over it's predecessor, Asphalt 7: Heat. For instance, Asphalt 8 has more awesome cars, better graphics, better tracks and more stunts. THe game has four graphics presets, viz. very low, low, medium, high. The high option is the highest, and has tyre smoke and sun reflection and a lot of other things. The game offers multiplayer, where you can race against your friends or on online servers.
Asphalt 8 also supports Xbox and Logitech gamepads.
The game was launched with a price tag of 55 INR, but was eventually made a Free to Play game.

GT Racing 2:

Another great racing game from Gameloft, GT Racing 2 is more a casual racing game, instead of the graphically intensive Asphalt 8. GT Racing 2 is based on, as Gameloft calls it, "real car experience". This means no hi-fi stunts, no super cars et cetera. The game allows you to optimize the graphics for balanced performance and looks. With multiplayer, you can challenge your friends, or play on an online server.
This game also supports all major gamepads.
The game is free on Google Play, which makes it one of the must-haves on your device.

Sky Gamblers: Air Supremacy:

Probably you've never heard of Sky Gamblers: Air Supremacy, or the company that made it. It's NAMCO BANDAI Games. Yes, and it's one of the best air combat games out there. Probably the best. The game has excellent visual effects, and the gameplay is simple awesome. There are a ton of fighter planes to choose from, and an extensive single player campaign to complete. The game optimizes the graphics automatically, which is good. It also offers multiplayer, where you can shoot down your friends, or complete strangers on an online server.
The game supports all major gamepads.
The game is free on Google Play, but the full version costs around 190 INR. It is a great game, and you should have it.

Riptide GP2:

A casual game as usual from Vector Unit, Riptide GP2 hasn't got the aura of Asphalt 8 or GT Racing 2, but it's an excellent game for passing a few minutes here and there. The game features some cool hydro jets and tracks, where you can perform cool stunts. There are graphics options to optimize the game, and it also offers multiplayer, to drench your friends or strangers on an online server. 
The game supports all major gamepads.
The game costs around 120 INR on Google Play. It is a must have, as not always you can play Asphalt 8 or Modern Combat 4 in your spare time.


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