Hardcore gamers don't get much attention on Android - but developers like Battery Powered Games are trying to make them happy with their latest 3D Shooter, "Deadly Chambers." Can it go head-to-head with similar experiences on the iPhone?
Developer Battery Powered Games is trying to plug the gaping FPS hole in the Android Market with "Deadly Towers." Take control of Dr. Chambers as he tries to escape from his mysterious captor. Fight your way to freedom through five different levels in either an over the shoulder or first person view.
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Breaking down Deadly Chambers, you really see just how much of a mixed bag it is: on the positive side, it's a smooth shooter with support for control and play on just about any handset. Unfortunately, in trying to make the game playable by everyone, they wound up with broken control schemes and bland, unfulfilling gameplay. Battery Powered would've been better off choosing a few target handsets with the hardware they needed and really polishing the game instead of going for the widest release possible.