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Submitted by Folezicle 1472d ago | trailer

Bullet Asylum: A Windows Phone 7 Game

Bullet Asylum is a well-developed touchscreen game that is aimed at Windows Phone 7 and XBox Live users. The game looks interesting- enemies are overpowered with fire and you have the option of buying towers and even cities as your game progresses. Have a look at its demo: (Arcade, Dev, Industry, Mobile, Next-Gen, Tech, Xbox 360)

IKONACLYSM  +   1472d ago
Windows phone 7 FTW!!
Looking forward to windows phone 7,I mean you can play any all XBLA games and to me that's just awesome.
MorganX  +   1472d ago
Haven't heard you'll be able to play all XBLA games on Windows Phone 7. Can you provide any source for that? That would be awesome.

I'm not really into phone games, but this looks like one of my all time favorites evovled, Geometry Wars. I'll give it a go on XBLA.

Regarding Windows Phone 7, it'll do fine in the enterprise, at the consumer level. I'm not sold yet, MS can do software, but hasn't shown they can do a touch phone UI yet. Thinks are looking good. But still, it'll succeed in the consumer market based mostly on the hardware. If there's nothing close to a Zune Phone, with a great GPS, Apple has nothing to worry about despite MS' software prowess. I am rooting for Windows Phone 7, MS has dropped the ball in this area so much though, I'm not holding my breath.
hoops  +   1472d ago
There is a story on Slashgear of confirmation about XBL games being on winmo7 phones. The reason being its only a difference of 4 lines of code to be changed. Developers for those XBL games just have to change the code and you have a XBL game on win mobile 7 and is all intergrated with the PC and Xbox360 version. If done right its a epic result.

http://nexus404.com/Blog/20...

http://www.slashgear.com/mi...

http://www.engadget.com/201...

Its going to happen as this is the one ace in the hole MS has over Apple and Android fully
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cgoodno  +   1472d ago
While it's not hard, it's not as simple as changing four lines of code since they need to recode to use new controls. Specifically switching from the usual 360 controller controls to touch screen or nub controls.

Most developers are in the process of working on this now, and many of them are having an even easier time since their games are also on iPhone already as well and they have experience with the touch screen controls.
MorganX  +   1472d ago
Wow, that is big. Would love to play Magic The Gathering on the phone while twiddling thumbs. Especially if you can sync with game on XBL for progress.

Still, the GPS on these devices must be open to all apps. I can't life without my fitness and trail mapping apps which run flawlessly on iPhone.

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