Weekend Open Forum: Do you game on your cell phone?

By Jos ยท 83 replies
Nov 12, 2010
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  1. raventrickster

    raventrickster TS Rookie Posts: 23

    I've got a (now old) iPhone 3G, and it completely replaced my PSP for mobile gaming when I bought it, and I've never looked back. The games I play are a lot simpler, but they work. I look forward to a newer iPhone though so I can play some of the fancier RPG titles that really need the processing power of a 3GS or a 4.
  2. Very rarely if ever, touchscreens just don't provide adequate control in games (except for certain simple gametypes)
  3. IkarugaShiver

    IkarugaShiver TS Rookie Posts: 19

    I wish my cell phone could game... XP I've never found the quality of cell phone games to be all that great anyway; they're good for playing for a few hours, but I've yet to find anything that has any true replay value... (from the games I've played on my friends cellphones)
  4. TorturedChaos

    TorturedChaos TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 839   +29

    IDK if you can't really call it "gaming" I have a sudoku game on my Razr that I play on my breaks at work :p
  5. treetops

    treetops TS Evangelist Posts: 2,073   +219

    No I don't have a cell phone I am at a stand off with cricket! I signed up for a 30$ a month plan and they charged me 100$ the second month! The majority of the bill was for prorating?
  6. Been playing a few games on my new Windows phone, I must say not bad when I cant be home playing on the puter, so yea I do you gotta a prob with that :p
  7. freythman

    freythman TS Booster Posts: 113   +10

    A big hearty, YES.
  8. peperonikiller

    peperonikiller TS Member Posts: 75

    I definitely do, Parallel Kingdoms, NFS Shift, Reckless Racing, PSX Emulator, Dungeon Hunter, Legends, and a whole bunch more. It's nice having an Evo :D for anyone else that has a rooted Evo you HAVE to be running Myn's TwoPointTwo rls3 rom, its godly
  9. miska_man

    miska_man TS Member Posts: 49

    I own a console and a PC to game on. Even if I could game on my StraightTalk stripped down phone, why would I want to? The games are too simplistic and short and don't hold my attention.

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