Friday, 27 January 2012

Popular games coming to Windows Phone on 1st Feb

Feeling dejected about the relatively less amount of gaming content on your Windows Phone device? Well guess what, there’s some good news for you. It all begins on February 1 in the Games Marketplace, where one new ‘must have game’ title will be released each week for WP7 users. The games come complete with Xbox LIVE Achievements and leaderboards. Here are the games that are going to launch, along with there launch dates. 

Splinter Cell on WP7
Splinter Cell on WP7

Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit | Electronic Arts | February 1 | $4.99 (Rs.260)
Feel the rush of the escape and the thrill of the takedown! Outrun the law as a Racer in supercars, such as the Pagani Zonda Cinque — or stop racers cold as a Cop in high-speed police interceptors, such as the Lamborghini Reventon. Enabled for Xbox LIVE, experience pulse-pounding action, as you make the escape or make the bust with “Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit” on Windows Phone. Drive up to 20 precision-performance cars in adrenaline-fueled showdown across 24 day-and-night tracks. Take it to the limit in 48 total Cop and Racer Career Events, collect bounty, and rise to the top of the ranks. You know what Need for Speed is all about. 

BulletAsylum | Microsoft Studios | February 8 | $2.99 (Rs.160)
Do you like bullets? How about explosions? Are you tired of having to wait ENTIRE SECONDS between seeing bullets explode things? Annihilate invaders with a wall of firepower in this insane arcade shooter. “BulletAsylum” delivers over-the-top action, melding classic gameplay with next-generation visuals and mechanics. With an insane amount of firepower at your fingertips, vibrant graphics and an all-you-can-shoot buffet of alien hordes to destroy, “BulletAsylum” has the guts to blow you away. 

Chickens Can’t Fly | Microsoft Studios | February 15 | $2.99 (Rs. 160)
This game allows you to join ranks of scientists and see what chickens are capable of. Conduct experiments throughout four laboratories and answer questions such as: Is there life after the butcher? Are chickens afraid of ghosts? Does a frozen chicken get dizzy? Also, you can fall down an experimental pit, avoid obstacles, use power-ups and power-downs, gather corn, and make it through to the end. Use the skills you learn to get a high score in Survival Mode and show off to your friends on the Xbox LIVE and global leaderboards.

Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction | Gameloft | February 22 | $4.99 (Rs. 260)
The benchmark of action stealth games on console is available for the first time on Windows Phone. Unleash the skills of renegade agent Sam Fisher, a highly skilled Special Forces operative, and fight a corrupted secret agency to get your daughter back. Follow a trail of intrigue that leads from Iraq to a high-security building in Washington D.C. Run, jump, fight and shoot using a handgun, a shotgun, an AK-47 assault rifle and a bazooka, or maintain stealth by improvising with nearby objects. You are now a renegade spy agent; you don’t follow any orders, except for your own rules of engagement.

Toy Soldiers: Boot Camp | Microsoft Studios | February 29 | $2.99 (Rs.160)
Wage war on a tiny scale in “Toy Soldiers: Boot Camp,” which brings the fun and addictive shooting gallery mini-games from “Toy Soldiers: Cold War” for Xbox 360 to your Windows Phone. Defend house and home against swarms of houseflies when a flyswatter puts you in the role of a pint-sized anti-aircraft gunner. Thread the needle in the super-addicting game where you simply try to guide your missile through rotating holes. In addition, earn bragging rights in “Toy Soldiers: Cold War” for Xbox 360 through an integrated mobile leaderboard.

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