Reviewed on the recently launched website called Killer Game Deals, the website author has made several reviews on iOS apps and the Google Play Store. These types of games generally aim to provide a permanent source of entertainment at the right price. In some cases, the games listed in both stores are free, however it does not guarantee that the game will work perfectly on the devices. Below are some of the games listed on the website that may interest players before deciding to buy them.
This is a game hosted by both stores. The only difference in the Google Play store is that the game is free and has links to a social messaging application called KakaoTalk. In the app store, the game is free and autonomous. When comparing both games on two different devices, the game works better on the iPad. The controls are smooth, allowing for easier navigation of your character. The game can be played on the iPhone, but it is recommended to play on a larger screen to detect approaching obstacles. When playing on an Android device, the controls are not as smooth, leading to more unsuccessful attempts at the game. This game is highly recommended for iPad devices; bigger screen and clearer view of the game. It should also be noted that in the app store, players can unlock 2 additional classes for $ 0.99 each. In the Google Play store, these same characters can be unlocked by purchasing virtual currency in the form of crystals.
This title is a Square Enix classic. Right now, the game was recently introduced to the store, allowing fans to download this classic title. The price is the same in both stores. The only difference is the different game controls on both devices. Comparatively, Chrono Trigger performed well on iPhones and iPads prior to the iOS 6 update. Since the update, the game continues to experience crashes and crashes that were not apparent prior to the update. On Android devices, users experience frustrating controls that find the controls “sloppy” and “unintuitive.” Square Enix has yet to resolve this issue on both platforms.
Fruit Ninja is a fun title introduced to the app store on April 21, 2010. The game made its debut on Android devices, however the reception was not as strong as it was in the app store. Both were priced at $ 0.99 and the game had a tendency to crash on Android devices causing the device to overheat after a short period of time. It is recommended to play this game on iOS devices due to the constant participation of updates that lack the Google Play store.