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If the thought of multi-player games in iOS conjures up images of two people huddled over an iPad, fingers battling for screen space, think again. Sure, there are multi-player games like that, but there are many more which don’t involve invading each other’s personal space. You can hook up two devices using Bluetooth, connect …

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Anonymous Coward

Shadowgun on Android

that is all. It blows the sock off all of these (and blows the socks off the iOS version too).

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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.

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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.

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Anonymous Coward

..oh FFS..

If it's so good, why are you reading an article that is not about Android..?

*"My kcoc is much bigger than yours.."*

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Anonymous Coward

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.

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@AC

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.

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Anonymous Coward

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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