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Submitted by ajaxmoroni 939d ago | opinion piece

The Most Hardcore Android Shooters on Earth | Hardcore Droid

The 3-D shooter has been one of the less-represented genres in mobile gaming thus far, due to their technical demands and the challenge of adapting their gameplay to touchscreen controls. Luckily, however, that is starting to change, and the past few years have seen a slew of third-person and first-person shooters for Android devices. As we enter 2013, here are some of the more successful forays into the genre thus far. (Android, Dead Space, Dead Trigger, Mass Effect: Infiltrator, Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, Modern Combat: Sandstorm HD, N.O.V.A Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance, N.O.V.A. 3, Shadowgun)

ajaxmoroni  +   939d ago
I wrongly posted a previous version of this as an article not an opinion piece, and was unable to edit to fix it, so I deleted it.

So I am reposting it. Any problems, please let me know.

Ajax

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