As all good things must come to an end, this is the final portion of our introduction to Samsung Apps. Before you pull out your hankies, enjoy these three last bits about the fantastic games available at Samsung Apps. Today we’ll cover apps for the Wave 3, which is another bada OS phone. Let’s take a look shall we?
Meet Swingy the elastic, sticky living slinky of a caterpillar. Though in most cases a caterpillar could be described as “scary”, “disgusting” or “trauma-inducing”, Swingy is an endearing and adorable little bug that will swing his way into your heart. Not literally.
This innovative platformer utilizes in-game physics for you to swing Swingy to his destination in time using his sticky tail on one end and strong bite on the other. Avoid blackbugs, eat berries and swing your way to handheld fun.
YOU MUST DEFEND. THE. BEACHFRONT! Who’s attacking? Why are they attacking? Why would any of that be important when you have machineguns and rockets? Mow down waves of enemy infantry, tanks, fighters and more with your upgradable arsenal of death. Get promoted to advance to the next levels where enemies naturally become more difficult to kill.
What better way to relieve stress than to slaughter a slew of nameless, faceless enemy soldiers?
Plant vs. Zombie
With over 20 Game of the Year awards under its belt, the dead walk again in Plant vs. Zombie. So how will you defend your home from this invasion? By gardening, naturally. Plant vs. Zombie basic gameplay is like those ‘tower defense’ games but with a number of twists to make it stand out. For example you can store and use sunlight to give your projectile throwing flowers more powerful. Depending on the terrain, sunlight and type of zombies your facing, you’ll need to adjust your tactics.
So get ready to soil your plants!
That’s all for now. I hope you enjoyed our little tour of Samsung Apps. Come back next time for more interesting Samsung related stuff!
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