Most stunning and gorgeously high definition games to play on the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus
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The idea of the game is simple. This green blob that you see is Leo and he is chasing his treasure that was stolen from him. The gold that you see Leo collecting on the way is the trace that the thief has left him which also seems like a trap. The difficulty keeps increasing & the skill level required to complete each level goes up.
Leo’s Fortune is an award-winning platform adventure game where you hunt down the cunning and mysterious thief that stole your gold. Beautifully hand-crafted levels bring the story of Leo to life in this epic adventure.
A third person shooting game with a standard gameplay procedure but the difference lies in the gameplay mechanics. It’s not a free-roam game like other shooter and FPS games. The game play is always in cover-mode and you need to achieve objectives of each level in that style. Each level has it’s own set of objectives which get tougher with every level you upgrade to.
As you play along, you also unlock characters who have their own skill set. For e.g. A sniper or an RPG expert.
The game gets really interesting as you unlock more and more characters. As you can also see, the graphics are really awesome and some slow motion endings look kick-ass.
If you ever played counter strike and looking for a game of a similar nature – this is the game for you. The graphics are absolutely awesome, the textures and detail in the game are top notch and nothing less than other HD FPS games you would have played.
Just like in counter strike, there are maps that you unlock as you get better and score more. Each map has enemies that you need to kill. After every kill, the player re-spawns just like in counter strike and each level is timed. When the time is out, then there is a score that pops up.
There are more levels that unlock themselves as you play more and score more. The game play is really interesting and really makes me nostalgic about the way we used to play counter strike back in those days.
FZ9: Timeshift – Legacy of The Cold War
As the name suggests it is a game wherein you need to manipulate time to be able to kill enemies and proceed to the next level. The graphics are awesome, detailed and thanks to the display on the Galaxy S8, it’s extremely sharp.
Now, in the gameplay – every time you are moving, the time resumes and passes the normal way – but when you leave controls, time slows down and that’s when you have the opportunity to kill. Of course, it’s all about the timing. You can easily get yourself killed if you don’t slow down time at the right time.
Shadowmatic is an award-winning imagination-stirring puzzle where you rotate abstract objects in a spotlight to find recognizable silhouettes in projected shadows, relevant to the
On your journey to discover the right solution you will stumble upon many unexpected and infinitely varied silhouettes.
The game features various environments, each flavored with unique concept, atmosphere, and music.
Every room in the game features its own music arrangement, adding up to the distinctive atmosphere and feel in each. The music is best experienced with headphones, and is available separately on Google Play Music.
The royalty-free music used in this video is ‘Back To The Stars’ by Nazar Rybak.
(www.melodyloops.com), licensed under Creative Commons “Attribution 3.0”. I have given credit for the use of this music at the end in the video description.
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