In this game you just need to blast the colored balls with the similar colored balls. This game is also popular among the small children as well as among youths. You can have lots of fun while playing this game. The gamer can tap where in the screen where you want the ball to go. If you shoot the bubble fast then the bubble will drop. There are approximately 3500 levels in the game. In this game there are two nuts and bolts namely puzzling mode and arcade modes.
The iPad’s 9.7 inch screen is slightly larger than the Sony Tablet’s 9.4 inch. However, the iPad has a resolution of 1024 by 768, lower than the Sony Tablet S’s 1200 by 800 pixels. The tablet S also boasts TruBlack technology, which decreases reflection from sunlight, making the tablet S strain-free for use indoors or outside in sunlight. iPad users complain of reflections outdoors, giving the tablet S an advantage in screen visibility.
Probably the plainest, simplest game on this list; it’s also the most addictive and just tough to get enough of. This is a jumping game where you move from platform to platform with a smiley face. It might sound stupid to you, but if you download it and start playing, you’ll be at it for a while. It’s like Doritos; try eating just one.
Angry Birds – This came is as addictive as it is creative. It is available on many different platforms, including the Android. You are the angry bird in the game trying to get back your eggs that were stolen by green pigs. You assault the pig’s fortress by launching multiple different bird attacks.
In such a scenario, what motivation does a game developer have to develop for the Z-System, especially when the platform is running on an Android phone, which can run games of similar capabilities? It’s obvious that Android will always have a larger user base than Z-System. Wouldn’t the developer just develop for Android instead and cover more users?
While there is no 3G access on this device it runs on WI-fi. So anywhere you have a wireless connection, you can browse and download content. One of the biggest factors that differentiates the Kindle Fire from other tablets that have failed in the past is the Amazon app store. This gives users access to thousands of android games and applications. They even feature a “free app of the day” to allow you to get free content. Many popular games such as Angry birds have been featured through this program.
Google’s Android is now the most popular smartphone platform, according to the Nielsen Company. This mobile operating system is one step ahead of Apple’s iOS and Research In Motion’s BlackBerry OS, and it is constantly evolving. Recently, Google released the tablet-only Android 3.0, 3.1, and 3.2 Honeycomb as well as the 2.3 Gingerbread for smartphones, and they’re already planning to introduce a new version of this software later this year. On May 10, 2011, the company announced that the Android 4.0, which is nicknamed Ice Cream Sandwich, is going to the market in Q4 2011. It looks like Christmas this year is going to be a super sweet one for tech enthusiasts all over the world!