So two things here. Iv been playing star ocean: the second story, and for any of you who know the game, im up to the part where clik is detroyed and you watch the fmv of the earthquake. Problem is, after the fmv ends, im left looking at a black screen, and it gets stuck there.
Does anyone else have a problem like this? can it be fixed? Iv thought about maybe using a different iso of star ocean, or another file type, but if i were to do that, could i still use the savegame iv been using with this one? and if so, how do i do that? i dont want to lose what iv done so far if i need to use a different file.
Snesoid seems to solely rely on save state files and not on actual battery saves used on the original cartridges (.sav) files. These are also smaller in file size and using these instead of savestates makes it feel more like playing an SNES (not being able to use savestates) but relying on the games own way of saving your progress. These .srm battery saves are easy to find so it's much easier to load up my Super Mario Kart with special courses unlocked
Gameboid for GBA games uses the actual battery pack saves, .sav files...
So why isn't snesoid able to do this or am I doing something wrong? I use the Motorola Droid.
I'm looking for a simple and "un-brained game" just to kill the time when I'm in the bathroom during working hours. In the iPhone I had the Absolutist Bubble Shooter and the iFighter.did you guys know something similar?
I remember a while back I saw some youtube video about a 3D racing type game where the racing track and background and things changed according to the music playing in the background - and this was music that you could select from your own collection of songs on your sd card or whatever.Tbh I can't remember if it was android or windows mobile (def not iphone).Does anyone know what I may be talking about?
I had this the first day & got my phone, uninstalled it and can't fine it anymore.It's one of those block games, similar to "parking break" or "sliding block puzzle" the blocks were a very muted semi transparent green and you had 1 red block which you had to get to the opening at the top. There might have been an option to change the blocks to blue. I remember it was very highly rated and had downloads in the thousands.Anyone know it?
"Letter Rip" from the makers of Word Up. Pretty cool. Letters slowly appear on a grid and you have to make words from them by moving them around the grid, then swiping the word. As more letters get on the grid, it makes it tougher to move the letters around until the whole grid is filled, then you can make words like Word Up until there is room to move letters again. Once the grid is full, you get no more letters, except for a few given to you at the top of the screen to mix in.Work fast!
Prior to taking my Dinc swimming, I had an addictive little game where you had to line up these spheres that were connected by colored bonds. You had to line up all the colored bonds so that all the spheres were connected and there were no free bonds. Kind of like chemistry, but fun.Can anyone tell me the name of this game?
OK, so I just got my HTC Desire. Please excuse the lame question but I'm eager to get a good game loaded on to it (know a good one?) How do I get a game onto the device? I've managed to get some music loaded but how on earth do I find a game off the internet and load it on the phone.
We are a very small independent company that is trying to survive in the world of mobile games. Our very first game is a small one Called DrinkIt!. The game is very simple; you flip a card, you do what it says... or drink what it says! We wanted to try something different that could suit for anybody in a boring party situation. I you feel like it, go try it out: DrinkIt!
I am a big fan of FPS (first person shooters) and i think my droid has the capability of having a great fps, i am fairly new to android, My favorite that i know of is Quake 2. I am wanting to know what your favorite shooter games are?
Some of you may recognize my name for the game I produce, thats off topic. I've been hooked on this game: Nuclearoids - Arcadem Pro for days now and I'm wondering if anyone knows of an Android equivalent. On the iOS, I think there is a similar game called "Spores" or something.
Today I had to wipe my Nexus One, and naturally I forgot to write down ALL the apps I'd installed. One in particular is hiding from my (I swear it is!) - it's a Sudoku game. Naturally I can't remember the exact title, but I do remember some things about it.. perhaps you can the app icon was a fading red to yellow background, with cyan blue grid lines when you launched the app there was a title page: black with some kind of blue rams head type motif in the upper/middle region of the screen on top of this were maybe 4 standard grey buttons to start, about, etc when playing you found the numbers across the top, including a blank space at the end you selected squares to enter new numbers into by taping that square, then a circle appeared inside (then you hit a number from the top) in the free version (which I had) the menu button showed 2 options: (I think) new, show errors, hide notes any of this sounding familiar? I liked this particular Sudoku because of it's simplicity - no timers, no scores, no options to speak of. I've tried others, and some are better looking, but this is a very quick and simple version.
One of the very first games I had on my old G1 was a good platformer. You play as a ninja--like guy and fight hordes of insects. I think it had only two or three levels. All the dev files were available for download to add levels and stuff. Now I can't find it.
HoneyMilk Labs has released a free version of their classic arcade-style game Seawasp. The objective of this game is to shoot down enemy ships and avoid incoming missiles. Features of Seawasp include: - Increasing levels of difficulty - Various level styles - Classical arcade-style music and sound effects If you want to check Seawasp out for free, download it at from your Android phone and give it a try! hen you're done.
We've just published a full version of Space STG - a sci-fi real-time strategy game. Immerse yourself in a mortal war of clans. Explore solar systems, manage cities and create a space fleet. Win the war or perish! Build 6 types of spaceships, 8 buildings and develop 8 technologies. Conquer 15 solar systems and crush your enemies! The game was developed by InventiVenture. Space STG was ADC2 finalist.
I was wondering if someone could tell me the name of this game that came with my HTC Eris phone. It's just a steel ball and you move your HTC around to navigate it into a green portal. Its not that Labryinth light game. It's a game that came with the phone. I used to have it but now its gone and I dont know why.
I've done a game to Android device!You can find it here: The wheel show Free for Android or look for: 'wheel show'It has the lite and normal version.Enjoy it!I don't know if I can write it here, if I can't, moderators please let me know.
I am looking for App Replacements and simple apps I want to get installed on the Android.As I Hardly play games I don't want to put on to much rubbish like that, I just want a game that is similar to a game I am currently addicted to and that is "Soul of Darkness" so if anyone knows a game for the Android similar to that or Castlevania Area of Sorrow. Id be really really pleased.
I've bought a few games on the marketplace and have enjoyed them. I've been trying to buy Armageddon Squadron but the marketplace won't let me. It tells me i can't use my normal credit card for that purchase. I can go to any other game and it will let me.what gives?
Hyperbees and Beepstreet (speedx 3d developer) are proud to announce new 3d game for android: Prism 3d.Test your skills in 25 challenging levels, create your own with level editor or get highest global highscore in infinite mode.
Game loft recently (kind of) released ten (not counting Asphalt 5) high caliber games onto Android, ported form the iPhone versions. These game must be bought from Gameloft's website, where there are no free trials and no refunds. At first, some of the games weren't working right on certain phones. However, I messaged them about this, and they said they have fixed all of the games for all phones. I have been able to get nine of ten to work on my HTC Incredible (more on that later). Since there are no trials, and no refunds, I have decided to review all of the games to help future consumers out. While these versions are iPhone ports, they are still different and have their own sets of features (and glitches), so iPhone specific reviews won't do. These are all played on my Incredible, but I can confirm all (nine not eight) work on my dad's Droid too. Each game costs $5. Click on the games' names to go to the information and download pages.I want to make sure to fully play through a game before reviewing it. I will post reviews as I finish games. These aren't going to be super in depth reviews--just what you need to know. Note: I treat 5/10 as average, not 7/10 like most reviewers. However, these games are of such high quality, you are going to think I am treating 7/10 as average.