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« on: September 04, 2015, 04:16:43 AM »

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As the title already described .

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« Reply #1 on: September 04, 2015, 04:44:45 AM »

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I just play DBZ ones like: Giant Ape, Dokkan Battle and Z Warriors

I don't play much on mobile

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« Reply #2 on: September 04, 2015, 06:03:47 AM »

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dokkan battle, one piece treasure cruise and thanks to my emulator, pokemon and legend of zelda
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« Reply #3 on: September 04, 2015, 06:13:55 AM »

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Well because i never had a decent enough experienc with dragonball game on my android i turned at Summomers Wars or other turn-based based games, like ff3 (i loved it). However i see that Dokkan battle is prefered so i may take a look on it .

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« Reply #4 on: September 04, 2015, 06:17:38 AM »

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I played Summoner Wars for a few days, it was pretty cool but then I lost interest on it. Dokkan battle has a fighting system different of what I am used to, but in everything else it is similar to treasure cruise
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« Reply #5 on: September 04, 2015, 07:04:38 AM »

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« Reply #6 on: September 04, 2015, 07:13:24 AM »

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I pretty much only play Dragon Ball Online/Ngoc Rong Online. Sometimes I just go on the playstore and try out the hot games, I eventually delete em tho
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« Reply #7 on: September 04, 2015, 08:42:52 AM »

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Asphalt games are pretty good. Loaded with microtransactions but I haven't spent a dime yet so whatever.

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« Reply #8 on: September 04, 2015, 09:07:33 AM »

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Asphalt games are pretty good. Loaded with microtransactions but I haven't spent a dime yet so whatever.
I have Asphalt 8 on my laptop and it is a great game. to play it on mobile sucks (for me) i'd rather play it on a laptop

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« Reply #9 on: September 04, 2015, 09:13:33 AM »

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My phone's basically at that point that if I install one more game it'll break. Not because I have too many but because it's old and stuff. I actually have like 3 or 4 games only.

Maybe the mobile game I've enjoyed the most overall would be Jetpack Joyride but I haven't played it in a while. I'm also liking Fallout Shelter a lot but it's sorta sad to play it on my phone that can barely run it so I get really low FPS and it freezes a lot...
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« Reply #10 on: September 04, 2015, 09:16:53 AM »

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Jetpack Joyride , oh my god how could i forgot that game?.

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« Reply #11 on: September 04, 2015, 01:33:20 PM »

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« Reply #12 on: September 04, 2015, 03:55:42 PM »

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Ever since Dragon Ball Dokkan Battle came out I've been hooked. It's pretty much Dragon Ball Heroes mobile.

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« Reply #13 on: September 05, 2015, 01:17:07 AM »

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I'm not really fond of mobile games because I find that they're generally shallow. They're either like old arcade games or tend to have some sort of "energy" meter that requires you to make a microtransaction in order to play when your time is up. They'll also make sure that you won't run out very quickly early on in the game so that you're hooked, because they understand how an addiction cycle works.

This is a problem, because when I play any kind of portable video game, it's because I need something to preoccupy myself, and often for an extended period of time. If I can only glean five minutes of gameplay from a particular game, then what use it it to me? Instead of paying a dollar for an additional few minutes, I could just take out my 3DS. I haven't bought a game yet that I didn't spend the equivalent of a dollar for every hour of logged play time on, (ex. a $40 game will have at least 40 hours of play time) so it's more bang for my buck.

So I'm gonna make a request. Find me a game that's not shallow (preferably something with a storyline), doesn't have an energy system or anything that makes you take forever to progress through the game, and doesn't attempt to exploit customers with particularly expensive microtransaction. Also, make sure it's something I can at least start playing for free, because I'm not spending a cent on something I'm just testing the waters with. Impress me.


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« Reply #14 on: September 05, 2015, 02:26:33 AM »

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I don't believe there is a game like that. Sadly i believe that the good games are only p2p . F2P are sadly. Energy based and if not they are action games with a bad or not at all story and usually crappy gameplay with some exceptions. So you kinda have to make a choice , you either play 2-3 games with story and energy or 1-2 games with crappy gameplay(which i hate because there are so many possibilities out there). I am more of the story based games so Chain Chronicles filled the place quite well, its energy system is close to horrible but its story is awesome , actually EVERY character has its own story that you can play through it and come close tho them , with rewards like sklls or prysma that you can use to either fill your energy bar or buy rare characters. So sadly this is my best recommendation and i fill that it won't satisfy you .
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« Reply #16 on: September 08, 2015, 11:37:16 AM »

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I just play everything that looks good for me, but the games I love are those adventure games where you have to search for several hints and items to escape or complete an objective. Oh, I almost forgot Candy Crush, but I can't play it because it keeps crashing on my iPod.

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« Reply #17 on: September 08, 2015, 11:53:52 AM »

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I'm not really fond of mobile games because I find that they're generally shallow. They're either like old arcade games or tend to have some sort of "energy" meter that requires you to make a microtransaction in order to play when your time is up. They'll also make sure that you won't run out very quickly early on in the game so that you're hooked, because they understand how an addiction cycle works.

This is a problem, because when I play any kind of portable video game, it's because I need something to preoccupy myself, and often for an extended period of time. If I can only glean five minutes of gameplay from a particular game, then what use it it to me? Instead of paying a dollar for an additional few minutes, I could just take out my 3DS. I haven't bought a game yet that I didn't spend the equivalent of a dollar for every hour of logged play time on, (ex. a $40 game will have at least 40 hours of play time) so it's more bang for my buck.

So I'm gonna make a request. Find me a game that's not shallow (preferably something with a storyline), doesn't have an energy system or anything that makes you take forever to progress through the game, and doesn't attempt to exploit customers with particularly expensive microtransaction. Also, make sure it's something I can at least start playing for free, because I'm not spending a cent on something I'm just testing the waters with. Impress me.

What kind of phone do you have? Is it a smartphone?

I would just like to inform everyone if they don't already know there is something called an 'emulator' that you can download for free onto your phone. I have an iPhone4S currently and I have the 'GBA4iOS' emulator which is a gameboy advance and gameboy colour emulator. I'm currently playing through Pokemon Emerald with no problems/glitches with the app. This is 100% free as tested by not only myself, but by many people.

I find that emulators are often are more fun than phone apps like Angry Birds, Jetpack Joyride, etc. because they're basically your good ol' gameboy that you brought with you everywhere you went when you were a kid.

Spoiler for Hidden:

^ spoiler contains youtube video on clear instructions on how to get GBA4iOS onto the iPhone.

I'm not too sure about any other smartphones though and if they have emulators like the one I have on my phone. They probably do I just am not aware of any actual names.

As for an actual app itself (not an emulator), I guess I could recommend some of my favourites like:

- Jetpack Joyride
- Fruit Ninja
- Mr. Oops
- PewPew or PewPew2 (basically is a geometry wars app)
- Bang

I can't say confidently that these are games you'll be looking for Kiyza. It's hard to find an app that isn't looking for profit via addicting their consumers.
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« Reply #18 on: September 08, 2015, 12:47:55 PM »

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@Kaiza: I know I can emulate games using my phone, but I'm talking specifically about mobile games. Emulated games aren't designed to be played on a phone because smartphones use touch-based controls. Any sort of overlay feels awkward, unlike the natural feeling of a controller. I'm interested in seeing if there's anything that mobile gaming has to offer, and if it's all either arcade games or energy-based addiction games, then it's a clear sign that mobile gaming isn't yet worth my time.


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« Reply #19 on: September 08, 2015, 09:46:40 PM »

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@Kaiza: I know I can emulate games using my phone, but I'm talking specifically about mobile games. Emulated games aren't designed to be played on a phone because smartphones use touch-based controls. Any sort of overlay feels awkward, unlike the natural feeling of a controller. I'm interested in seeing if there's anything that mobile gaming has to offer, and if it's all either arcade games or energy-based addiction games, then it's a clear sign that mobile gaming isn't yet worth my time.

This might be different now, but from what I saw from my time in that market, it pretty much was nothing but arcade or addiction games.  Now to be fair, some of the games on there were pretty fun, some of them surprisingly well-made.  Jetpack Joyride was addicting without feeling insulting, Plants vs. Zombies 2 was impressive and challenging for a free game, Plague Inc. is a fun simulation game for certain, and honestly Angry Birds was a pretty well made series despite what some may argue

However, that's about it.  Due to the control scheme of the pad or phone and what it could handle, there really weren't that many big games for it, and most of them weren't even that good or didn't really work.  There was only one game I know that was close to being a bigger game, and that closed down a few months after release.  Also, the target demographic is more along the line of the average person as opposed to gamers, so there's also not as much reason to put something higher-scale out.
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« Reply #20 on: September 09, 2015, 03:09:46 AM »

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« Reply #21 on: September 09, 2015, 03:18:20 AM »

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What kind of phone do you have? Is it a smartphone?

I would just like to inform everyone if they don't already know there is something called an 'emulator' that you can download for free onto your phone. I have an iPhone4S currently and I have the 'GBA4iOS' emulator which is a gameboy advance and gameboy colour emulator. I'm currently playing through Pokemon Emerald with no problems/glitches with the app. This is 100% free as tested by not only myself, but by many people.

I find that emulators are often are more fun than phone apps like Angry Birds, Jetpack Joyride, etc. because they're basically your good ol' gameboy that you brought with you everywhere you went when you were a kid.

Spoiler for Hidden:

^ spoiler contains youtube video on clear instructions on how to get GBA4iOS onto the iPhone.

I'm not too sure about any other smartphones though and if they have emulators like the one I have on my phone. They probably do I just am not aware of any actual names.

As for an actual app itself (not an emulator), I guess I could recommend some of my favourites like:

- Jetpack Joyride
- Fruit Ninja
- Mr. Oops
- PewPew or PewPew2 (basically is a geometry wars app)
- Bang

I can't say confidently that these are games you'll be looking for Kiyza. It's hard to find an app that isn't looking for profit via addicting their consumers.

I tried emulators... I find the controls uncomfortable. I played Pokemon Emerald till the end but I was having a hard time with movement and stuff so I didn't really bother with the bike puzzles or catching Rayquaza. Maybe it was just the emulator app that I had installed, I don't know but after that, I'm not looking forward to install the app again to emulate other games. Besides, my phone is pretty slow already, installing more stuff will make it explode or something.
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« Reply #22 on: September 09, 2015, 05:14:13 AM »

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@Kaiza: I know I can emulate games using my phone, but I'm talking specifically about mobile games. Emulated games aren't designed to be played on a phone because smartphones use touch-based controls. Any sort of overlay feels awkward, unlike the natural feeling of a controller. I'm interested in seeing if there's anything that mobile gaming has to offer, and if it's all either arcade games or energy-based addiction games, then it's a clear sign that mobile gaming isn't yet worth my time.
I tried emulators... I find the controls uncomfortable. I played Pokemon Emerald till the end but I was having a hard time with movement and stuff so I didn't really bother with the bike puzzles or catching Rayquaza. Maybe it was just the emulator app that I had installed, I don't know but after that, I'm not looking forward to install the app again to emulate other games. Besides, my phone is pretty slow already, installing more stuff will make it explode or something.

Interesting that you both mention the controls and the 'unfamiliar feeling' you guys get with it. I can see how that's the case as you're pressing the screen instead of real buttons. But I dunno - maybe it's just me. I don't have a problem with the 'fake buttons'. Maybe a mistap here or there causing me to go walk up instead of right in Pokemon Emerald. It happens, but it doesn't happen to myself a lot so it's still very much playable.

Oh well I guess each person has their own experience. As I stated before though, I can't exactly think of any free apps that aren't looking for you money.
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« Reply #23 on: September 09, 2015, 05:37:12 AM »

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Interesting that you both mention the controls and the 'unfamiliar feeling' you guys get with it. I can see how that's the case as you're pressing the screen instead of real buttons. But I dunno - maybe it's just me. I don't have a problem with the 'fake buttons'. Maybe a mistap here or there causing me to go walk up instead of right in Pokemon Emerald. It happens, but it doesn't happen to myself a lot so it's still very much playable.

Oh well I guess each person has their own experience. As I stated before though, I can't exactly think of any free apps that aren't looking for you money.

I actually don't have a problem with free apps that are looking for my money. I have a problem with the price points and goading the players into spending money. Ideally, what I'd like from a game is to make spending money feel worthwhile, but not necessary. I don't have a problem with paying money for a convenience like extra inventory slots in a free-to-play online game, or some aesthetic feature, provided the price point is reasonable and I'm not gambling on what I'm getting. Paid exclusive content shouldn't give a significant advantage to players who aren't paying for the game either.

Video games cost money to make, and maintaining a mobile game with regular content updates is also expensive. I just don't want to feel pressured to pay money or have something where I want to spend money, but the price points are too high for me to justify actually spending it.


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« Reply #24 on: September 09, 2015, 03:22:19 PM »

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Interesting that you both mention the controls and the 'unfamiliar feeling' you guys get with it. I can see how that's the case as you're pressing the screen instead of real buttons. But I dunno - maybe it's just me. I don't have a problem with the 'fake buttons'. Maybe a mistap here or there causing me to go walk up instead of right in Pokemon Emerald. It happens, but it doesn't happen to myself a lot so it's still very much playable.

Oh well I guess each person has their own experience. As I stated before though, I can't exactly think of any free apps that aren't looking for you money.

It's still playable for sure. I still enjoy having real buttons instead of touch-screen ones.
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