5 Call of Duty-like games for Android
All of the titles you'll see below share the following characteristics: they all let you control your character from first-person perspective, and they all try to immerse you in their own, unique atmosphere, although, in fact, they are simply throwing waves of enemies your way - enemies that are just begging to be taken down (or blasted to bits). If this sounds like your kind of thing, then what are you waiting for? Browse through the gallery below and enjoy these fun (and rather violent) CoD-like titles!
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1. Cesar posted on 28 Nov 2012, 08:09 10 0
N.O.V.A. 3 and the Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation are the BEST!
7. Pings posted on 28 Nov 2012, 13:31 8 0
This is true they are the best. But, Call of Duty is not Apple. Call of Duty did not invent FPS's, like Apple says the invent everything. Really, "Call of Duty-like", really! The title should be '5 Good FPS games for Android'. On of those is set in WWII it's Brothers in Arms not COD like, the other is a Halo like. Come on PA... SMH
11. maguro posted on 28 Nov 2012, 23:51 2 0
But agree that you clicked on this article after reading title only
2. Valdomero posted on 28 Nov 2012, 08:40 1 0
I don't know if you can do this (If this can be done already, my apologies), but it would be great if you can send the image from your smartphone to a Smart-TV and have your smartphone as a controller while you watch the TV screen.
For me, playing these type of games in a cellphone after a while gets uncomfortable.
3. Ray.S posted on 28 Nov 2012, 09:08 3 2
Oh, it sure does. Very painful for the eyes and neck!
4. darac posted on 28 Nov 2012, 09:35 3 0
Of course you can do that.
With proper android phone, you can even ditch the crazy idea of using phone as a controller, and hook the real controller to it, wirelessly.
In short, you can have a gaming console experience.
@Ray, sure it does if you play it while sitting, and on a small screen phone. In bed though, playing MC3 for couple hours on S3 is a no issue for me.. on contrary, it's actually a rather comfortable experience.
BTW this article couldn't be made in worse time, since
Modern Combat 4 will be released in a few days!
And they promise a revolution in mobile gaming
5. nyamo posted on 28 Nov 2012, 10:37 1 0
go look on youtube, they have some guy with his GS3 using an mhl to the tv and a ps3 controller to play, more so to demo how powerful the phone is, but also cool as an easy proof of concept
6. Valdomero posted on 28 Nov 2012, 13:11 1 0
Thanks!! I haven't seen this before, just went to youtube and watched how it worked. I have a GS2 and wasn't sure if it could handle wireless controllers (somehow I knew the TV screen display could be achieved but didn't knew exactly how).
Thanks a lot guys!
9. Mr.Singh posted on 28 Nov 2012, 22:43 1 0
Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation (Multiplayer) is the best.