Speed Forge 3D (Updated to v1.2)
It has been 60 years since the colonization and thousands of factories and mines have sprung up across miles of the inhospitable Red Planet.
In the past decade, industries prospered leading to vast settlements of over half a million inhabitants.
Crime is rampant, time is abundant and the citizens are looking for some entertainment...
"Speed Forge": Heavy duty hover vehicles, normally used for mining are now seen in illegal races organized in abondoned factories and dark Marsian alleys. The rock crushing explosives once used in these machines now serve a different purpose...
Important game features:
* Full 3D graphics
* Realistic physic simulation
* 6 very different tracks
* 3 vehicles (each with different physical properties)
* Weaponry: mines and homing rockets
New in version 1.2
* Sensitivity setting added to options
* 2 acceleration mode (auto and by phone tilt)
* 3 Difficulty levels
* Some minor bugs fixed
It is recommended to turn off music to increase game performance.
We've been informed that the game has some compatibility problems with Samsung i7500/Galaxy (some graphic artifacts and only 2 frames per second).
Update We contacted Samsung support. Games is being tested on a newest Galaxy software. We are very sorry for inconvenience.
A well made and fun game. The controls lag a bit, but everything on my phone that uses the accelerometer lags a bit. The impressive thing is that the game is still fun even with the lag.
Very unusable on internet tablet without hardware trackball.
Could you please add extra onscreen button for accelerate and menu?
Great game, especially if you love Wipeout, and the first released game since the second Mystique chapter to show off what Android phones can really do with OpenGL ES. Every Android gamer needs to buy this game - it's awesome, and it's useful for sending Google a message: people all over want to buy and sell apps, and they can't, and Google needs to sort that out.
Because Android people can buy all the good games from alternative markets like SlideME in the future, if that's what it comes to. Google doesn't have to make a dime on app sales if they want to keep this up.
This is definitly the best game i've seen for android until now.
The graphics are good, the handling is nice.
It's nearly perfect.