Took me a long time to write about this game but I finally did. The best game in Symbian OS is in Android. And although this was the best game in Symbian for me, I have to say I was disappointed with the Android experience.
This game just ain’t right for finger touches or swipes navigating your ship evading enemy lasers and all. It would have been better if the game designers provided an option for a virtual joystick instead. That would have been better.
This 10th anniversary edition adds incredible depth to the series through stunning 3D graphics, intuitive touchscreen controls and a powerful upgrade system that’ll keep you blasting for hours on end.
Weekly tournaments take place on unique new levels as you battle it out against legions of other Sky Force 2014 players, offering great rewards not only for winning, but for rescuing other pilots who’ve already been taken down.
The game play is simple. Shoot everything in sight! Oh, except some hostages.
Those who loved this game back in Symbian OS will definitely see this as a huge improvement: better graphics and sound. While the levels and game play are the same, this would have been a good game overall for the Android platform had there only been an option to play it using a virtal joystick.
When I learned Sky Force Reloaded was ported to the iTouch I was very excited. This was one of my most favorite games in my Sony p990i mobile phone. The game features the same levels as in other format. This product from Infinite Dreams is an award winning and highly acclaimed vertical shooter. It features 3d interactive objects, outstanding graphics, special effects, high quality soundtrack and 100% of pure gameplay. There are 8 levels in all with plenty of enemies, interactive environment elements, upgradable weapons, dynamic weather (rain, clouds, wind) which can hamper where enemies are in the screen and a high score list.
In my Sony p990i, I made use of playing the game by using a stylus pen. Since the iTouch does not have one, you have to make use of your finger, as with all other games. The problem I had with playing this is that my finger is too big to play on the screen I have a hard time knowing if my ship got hit or not. The stylus pen is much thinner and I can easily navigate my ship anywhere. The firing can be set to automatic (which is a good idea rather than tapping on the screen all the time to fire at enemies). The graphics are not quite that good in the iTouch version. It was more like a low resolution game compared to how it is displayed in the Sony p990i mobile phone. At least that is my experience playing the game. Try it out. Maybe you will be comfortable playing it in the iTouch using your finger. As far as shooter games are concerned, I love this. Check out some screen shots below.