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Shadowgun on Android
that is all. It blows the sock off all of these (and blows the socks off the iOS version too).
Five... great network games for iOS
Reading an iOS gaming article, just so that you can post a comment about Android. Good job. I've included the title in my comment because you apparently missed it when you clicked on the link.
Or, for those of us without irrational prejudices...
... Shadowgun is identical between Android and iOS.
From a personal point of view, it's also shallow and boring. It's one for the self-proclaimed "real gamers" mainly.
If it's so good, why are you reading an article that is not about Android..?
*"My kcoc is much bigger than yours.."*
There is a HUGE difference
do you really believe they are the same? Texture detail is about 5x sharper on the Android version on a similar spec device.
Actually, the Android version has about one seventh the texture detail. Either that or I'm trying to make some point about pulling random numbers out of thin air.
Given that the iPad 2 GPU wipes the floor with the Tegra 2 in benchmarks, I suspect you're wrong about that.
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