Videos: Marble Maze, Copter it 2, Bubbles touch, demoed on Nokia N8, Free at Nokia Store

| October 2, 2011 | 7 Replies

Here’s a few games demoed on the N8:

Marble Maze

The famous tilt-based labyrinth game Marble Maze, with realistic physics, with over 2 million downloads on Symbian, is now available on Android, with extra features like magnets and guns! You can choose from different level packs, including easy levels for kids, classic levels for classic labyrinth fun, all-hole levels, or more modern levels with magnets and guns! The difficulty range is the widest you can find on this genre of labyrinth games! You are sure to find the levels that fit you the best! All free of charge, with ad-sponsoring! More levels are coming later!

Copter it 2

A little twist to the classic helicopter game.

The best chopper flying game is back, but better, with enhanced graphics and beautiful details!! Steer the helicopter inside a tunnel! Do not hit the cave, or obstacles like toxic waste barrel or you will be smashed into a million peaces. How far can you fly? Let’s try it out now and send your score to the global high score list to see your rank! Have fun!

Bubbles Touch

Classic Bubble Shooter + an addictive arcade mode! Shoot the bubbles!”

It’s classic Bubbles and Bubble Shooter game + an addictive arcade mode! Let’s start breaking bubbles! Play the beautiful classic mode or challenge yourself in the new addictive arcade mode! Can you break the bubbles before the descending stone trap gets you?

The idea is to create a group of at least three bubbles to explode them. Bubbles that are not attached to anything get dropped. Each dropped bubble gives you an extra bubble to shoot! Drop special balls to get extra features like the chainsaw ball!

Game Features:
– Puzzle and arcade mode
– Global high scores
– Precise shooting (tap to shoot, or keep your finger pressed for direction arrow)
– Beautiful graphics and superb gameplay!

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Category: Applications, Games, Nokia, Symbian

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