Game Review:N.O.V.A Legacy

Have you ever played nova series.The New N.O.V.A Legacy is a good luck for Low end and low memory smartphones.It requires only 20Mb!!!! Yes it is very small size.But how? Well it uses a self extract system.When you install it, it automatically extract and become playable.It has a wonderful graphics.You will love its graphics.It has many levels.Each has many 3 to 4 sub-levels.

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Alto’s Adventure Review

Alto’s Adventure(2015) endless runner snowboarding video game by Snowman. The player-character automatically moves to the right of the screen through procedurally generated landscapes. The player taps the screen to jump and perform tricks, and works towards goals, competitive high scores , and upgrades. Snowman, a Toronto-based, three- person indie development team , previously worked on productivity apps before Alto’s Adventure .​

The game was made to emulate the ethereal atmosphere of snowboarding, and was inspired by Journey (2012), Monument Valley (2014), Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2 (2000), and Windosill (2009).The game was released on February 19, 2015, initially for iOS devices. In September that year, Snowman announced that Alto’s Adventure would launch on Android and Kindle Fire. The game was released for Android on February 11, 2016. [1] On July 8, 2016, the game was released for the Windows platform. [2] The game received what was described onreview score aggregator Metacritic as universal acclaim. 
Reviewers praised its art style and sense of atmosphere, but criticized its gameplay as unoriginal. Pocket Gamer awarded the game their Gold Award.

Review

When I first downloaded this game,I wasnt sure about it very much.I just downloaded it for my brother.But when I played this game I became a fan and now play it regularly.I hope you will really love it.It is a very simple game but it is very addictive.

Inside Review

A child is hunted through a shadowy forest by masked men. He snags his foot on a branch and falls over, and one of the figures lunges at him, pins him to the ground, and chokes him to death. In another moment the child stumbles into the headlights of a truck and a masked man guns him down with a rifle. Later he’s chased by a pack of snarling dogs who tear him apart in a vicious frenzy. Inside, the new game from Limbo developer Playdead, is full of these moments of shocking, indifferent, and slightly perverse violence. Even though you know dying means being spirited back to a generously placed checkpoint, the brutality you’re forced to watch when you fail gives your mistakes extra weight. And the fact you’re playing as a young boy, who’s clearly in distress, only heightens how savage it is. Like Limbo, you’re locked to a 2D plane. You don’t know who the boy is or why he’s being chased by these men, but the side-scrolling perspective urges you to head right and keep heading right until the credits roll.

It’s a five- hour journey that involves some platforming, a lot of puzzle-solving, and a final act that’s one of the most bizarre things I’ve ever experienced in a game. But I won’t say anything more about that. It’s a secret worth keeping.The story is told without text or dialogue, and has a hazy, dreamlike quality that leaves much of it open to interpretation. But while there’s probably an explanation, or at least a good theory, about what happens, it’s ultimately unimportant. An answer is rarely as interesting as a question, and the game’s weird, abstract tone benefits from the story being enigmatic. By the time the credits appeared I still didn’t know who the boy was or why he was being chased.

In fact, I was left with more questions, some of which I doubt will ever be answered. But I didn’t mind, because it was such a surreal, surprising journey. The stark minimalism of the narrative is reflected in the stylish visual design. A muted colour palette and careful use of shadow and silhouette give the boy’s surroundings a looming, ominous feel. He’s often the smallest thing on the screen, a fragile spot of red against a dark mass, which adds to the feeling of being lost and hunted. The lighting is beautiful too, from the intimidating spotlights of mechanical sentries to flashlight beams slicing through trees as you’re being chased by those masked men.


Some scenes don’t have as much personality as others—an extended underwater section notably lacks variety, and goes on far too long —but overall Inside is a remarkable piece of visual art. The boy is wonderfully animated too, with a weighty momentum to his running, jumping, and scrambling that’s complemented by precise, responsive controls. There are only two buttons—jump and grab—which neatly unifies the environmental puzzles you encounter. Some involve shoving crates and swinging on chains, while others see you using a device to control the minds of drone-like workers. Some of these are brilliantly designed, with elegant solutions that do the Portal thing of making you feel, momentarily, like a genius. Repetition is an issue, however, despite the relatively short running time. A lot of puzzles are reused with only slight variations, and get less satisfying each time you solve them. And you’ll find yourself attempting some set-pieces several times to figure out the precise timing and sequence of jumps to avoid a gauntlet of obstacles. Making mistakes and watching a child being repeatedly strangled, blown up,eaten, and drowned feels at odds with the game’s otherwise haunting, ethereal atmosphere. I also found it to be an oddly cold, detached experience, with no trace of warmth or pathos to break up the gloom. This might have been the idea—and it’s a valid artistic choice—but for me it made my journey feel slightly aimless and arbitrary. I didn’t get the sense that I had any motivation besides reaching the end, which made the whole thing feel emotionally hollow. You might get something else out of it and interpret the story differently, but I felt no meaningful attachment to the boy or his plight, whatever it was.Inside is a strange, beautiful game, but one I found it difficult to love. The otherworldly atmosphere, striking visuals, and understated storytelling are among its greatest strengths. But in terms of actual game design, it only has a handful of ideas and spreads them too thinly across its five hours. And when it was over,because traps, ambushes, and surprises are such a crucial part of its design, I felt no urge to return. I’m glad it exists, though, and I enjoyed the time I spent in that world. I just wish it resonated with me more deeply.
Review by PCGamer.

My own review:It is a very good game.I have started playing this game today.I really impressed by this game. It feels very alone and some kind of weird feeling when I play this game. I suggest everybody to play this game.

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World Cricket Championship 2 Review

Getting a high rating, download this app from Google play store by Next wave Multimedia. Oh! It’s a catch! Gets the real cricket feeling only out here. The basic requirement of this app is 1GB RAM, a must android 4.0, ARMv7 comes in an updated version after facing all the reviews. 

Therefore now you’ll get this app flooding with features. The game play has been enhanced, stadiums are far better now, fielders are experienced and recording option has been removed. Blitz tournament for free. 18 new international teams, 10 in domestic background, and 4 world cup tournaments. Size:43 MB.​

©Provided by its own owner.

My Own Review:

I like it very much.It is very addictive and its commentary option is very good.It gives you a very real Cricket playing experience.

You can download directly from Google Play.


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Pokemon Gaming

Pokémon (ポケモン Pokemon ? , / ˈpoʊkeɪˌmɒn/ or /ˈpoʊkᵻˌmɒn/ – POH-kay- MON or POH-ki- MON )[1][2] is a media franchise managed by The Pokémon Company , a Japanese consortium between Nintendo , Game Freak, and Creatures. [3] While the franchise copyright is shared by all three companies, Nintendo is the sole owner of the trademark. [4] The franchise was created by Satoshi Tajiri in 1995, [5] and is centered on fictional creatures called “Pokémon” , which humans, known as Pokémon Trainers, catch and train to battle each other for sport.

I like pokemon television shows or their games since my childhood.I use GBA and nds emulator for playing those games.But badluck I am not finding any good emulator for 3ds.

This game is one of my favourite games

Pokemon Emerald


Recently I had downloaded a pokemon hack rom-


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Pokemon

Pokémon (ポケモン Pokemon ? , / ˈpoʊkeɪˌmɒn/ or /ˈpoʊkᵻˌmɒn/ – POH-kay- MON or POH-ki- MON )[1][2] is a media franchise managed by The Pokémon Company , a Japanese consortium between Nintendo , Game Freak, and Creatures. [3] While the franchise copyright is shared by all three companies, Nintendo is the sole owner of the trademark. [4] The franchise was created by Satoshi Tajiri in 1995, [5] and is centered on fictional creatures called “Pokémon” , which humans, known as Pokémon Trainers, catch and train to battle each other for sport. The franchise began as a pair of video games for the original Game Boy, developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo. The franchise now spans video games, trading card games,animated television shows and movies, comic books, and toys. Pokémon is the second-most successful and lucrative video game-based media franchise in the world, behind only Nintendo’s Mario franchise . [6]​

From-Wikipedia

My COC Clan

Have you played Clash Of Clans.It is  a famous online strategy game.It has a feature called clan or team.You can be team up with your friends.I have a clan too.

Here Is The Picture-

​You can play war with your clanmates.I had played a war last night.


You can be a member of my clan.

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