Still recommended. Reviewed here.
Yes, it's true that staying in the air was a lot easier than it should have been "Stall? What's a stall? This might seem old school in terms of gaming, and you have to forgive the ugly black bar at the top of the screen, but start up Sky Force Reloaded on even a modern Symbian smartphone and it's action all the way. T hree difficulty levels mean that, whatever your reflexes and finger agility, you'll get a challenging game here. The default 'touch to drag' control method works well, apart from when the action gets tough and your fingers start to get sweaty!
With a million things to shoot up, a million more things to avoid and tough end of level bosses, this is still a classic.
At first, the top-down, rectangular sci-fi landscapes look unremarkable, but once underway, as your plucky robot explores level after level of a gigantic invading spaceship, combating ever larger and more powerful enemy robots along the way, you'll quickly get hooked. The difficulty level is perfect, the graphics pixel-perfect, the scope of the game huge - in short, a modern Symbian Hit - with, yes, a capital 'h'.
The cross-platform arcade puzzler, like Angry Birds, even running this will gain you credibility in an increasingly iOS-centric mobile gaming world. Another physics-based title, here it's all about getting your head around strategy and split second timing, juggling objects, bands and the all important candy, in order to feed the monster Arguably the most polished game I've ever played on Symbian, it's the well-known game of firing coloured balls into an ever-advancing line in order to matchor-greater.
Sounds boring, actually is anything but, mainly thanks to the smoothness of the action and the abundance of power-ups, which do more and more outrageous and helpful things. Terrifically atmospheric, Sparkle will amaze and addict you in every way. The oddestly named game on the platform, this is another 10tons special they wrote Sparkle, above and is physics-based with a huge slice of humour.
And violence. Essentially, you play an embittered ex-tennis ace, firing off smashed at the heads and torsos of every set of characters who get in your way, all of them themed and controlled by an evil corporation. Naturally, there are puzzles to solve, things to blow up and budge and bounce off.
Never a dull moment, recommended and, again unusually, first on Symbian before the other mobile platforms got a look in. Take the concept of a racing game, then set it in the future, with low flying spaceships instead of cars. Give all the racers weapons and high tech heads-up displays, add a sci-fi plot and some futuristic cityscapes, then throw in blisteringly fast and smooth action, a pumping soundtrack and numerous powerups, and you've got yourself a Symbian-powered winner.
There are even 'pit stops' - no, really!
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Stunning graphics and 3D action. Here's my review. One of the very first of Nokia's 'HD' games, RealGolf HD still impresses - it's not quite as photorealistic as some iOS options, the animations very occasionally stutter, but it's all here, in terms of a decent golf simulation, with wind, spin, slopes, ball lie and much more. Add in the obligatory helicopter flybys, a good green elevation grid and some fake American commentary and you've got the complete package. It may seem easy at first but then you hit a bunker and get a double-bogie and you're then fighting all the way to the club house And the equivalent for circuits, GT Racing is the most out and out realistic sports car racing sim on the platform and the one I keep coming back to because it's just so Never mind arcade driving games with power-ups and on-rails difficulty level - here you're doing well just to stay on the track much of the time, the cars here can be as hard to drive flat-out as the real thing.
You can play through a complete career, needing placing in races to progress and gradually improving your car and your own driving skills. One nice touch is the variation in tracks, with gradients, scenery and a mix of road circuits, F1-style tracks and even parts of Indy-style banked tracks.
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