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Games like Teeter?

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By elliott_stocks, Member on 13th July 2009, 10:29 PM
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hi does anyone know if there are any games like Teeter?

I enjoy it and just wondering if any similar

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14th July 2009, 02:48 AM |#2  
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resco bubbles: http://www.fuzemobility.com/resco-bu...ddictive-game/
It's like teeter but you need to pop bubbles in order and the boards are textured so the ball acts differently...really neat

also Marble Worlds which is similar but slightly more of a traditional game: http://www.fuzemobility.com/marble-w...eleased-g-sen/
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I wonder why the Windows Mobile platform gets so few games. I guess WinMo users have the sense to play games that are meant for gaming.
14th July 2009, 05:40 PM |#4  
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I wonder why the Windows Mobile platform gets so few games. I guess WinMo users have the sense to play games that are meant for gaming.


Well there is that and the fact that winmo has tons of emulators. Wait till marketplace comes out then we will get more accelerometer based games.
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Well there is that and the fact that winmo has tons of emulators. Wait till marketplace comes out then we will get more accelerometer based games.

I would like to know any emulators that work with the TP2 I'm kinda missing my spring mogul.(NOT REALLY TP2 ROCKS!!!)
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While I like games as much as the next guy, I would like to see them incorporate the accelerometers into more APPS as well. This is one thing that the iSore, er...iPhone does well.
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