Lumiappaday #41: 3D Paperball demoed on the Nokia Lumia 800

| December 27, 2011 | Reply


These apps are often very popular across many platforms. This app uses the accelerometer really well with the 3D graphics to provide a really nice visual experience – kinda like as if your phone is some portal. I can only describe it as if you are rotating a hollow frame and what you see inside stays vertical. The use of this is actually a practical part of the game to sort of angle your view differently so you can see the paper basket better. Then as with other paperball apps, flick to get it in the basket. I sucked quite badly on video at this game. If you play this in the normal position without having to check if you’re in frame or whatnot, it’s much, much easier to play :p.

#41) 3D Paperball

Price: Free




Developer Blurb:

Flick the paperball into the bin in a true 3d environment with credible 3d physics.

Multiple shooting styles are supported!

For example, use bounces against objects to redirect the ball into the basket and get extra paperballs.

Or shake the phone to slam the ball into the basket (more bonus paperballs, and see what happens to the bin!).

Compete instantly in the global leaderboard.

Stunning 3d graphics and endless gameplay.

Supported languages: English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español.


Design: 9

Usability: 9


Price: 10

 p.s. some xbox live titles over next couple or three days. Hopefully I can get them up on youtube. It keeps rejecting them for size/length. ha.


Category: Applications, Lumiappaday, Nokia, Windows Phone

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