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Storm Fighter App Review for BlackBerry

stormfighter Remember when video games were considered luxury items. When you had to plead and beg your parents to give you a stack of quarters and drive you to the arcade to play the latest release. Nowadays, kids beg their parents to buy them a new $60 release from the video game store. Then they play it for 10 minutes and get bored! Even more so, video games have become ultra portable. Chances are you’ll see a kid just about everywhere playing a game. We can even get games on our phones! Well, I recently found a game for BlackBerry worth checking out.

Storm Fighter, by e-Mobile Software, Inc., is a game modeled like the vintage favorites of the arcade world. The games premise is pretty basic; you’re a storm fighter jet pilot. You fly through a world of bad guys and villain attempting to blow them out of the sky. And at the end of each level, you’ll have to take on the “boss” to move on.

The games graphics and controls mimics those of arcade games as well. For example, you use your trackball much like you would a joystick. Left goes left, right goes right and forward goes forward, and lastly, clicking the trackball will fire your weapon.

Along the top of the screen, you’ll see your stats bar. This bar displays your health, weapons and lives. Make sure you keep track of deaths, or the game will end before you know it! The graphics in this game aren’t fantastic, but then again they’re modeled after vintage games.

All in all, this was a pretty fun game. Don’t expect to be addicted for hours at a time. However, it can kill up to and hour or so of boredom. It does come with a hefty price tag at $9.95, but you’ll get plenty of use out of it!

Rating: 5/5 ★★★★★ 

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I'm currently studying to become an environmental engineer. I love to write and often do so in my spare time. I love technology and would be lost without it, but still feel a strong connection to the outside world and nature.

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