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Genre: Action :: Players: 1 :: Released: 20/6/05

3D Adventure 2 Review

Developer: Living Mobile

Pros

Game Features

Rating/100

A 3D game for your 2G handset

Cons

No map

Sound
Help
Save Option
Highscore
Suspend/Resume
See Compatible Handsets

77

Graphics

70

Sound

72

Controls

85

Playability

80

Lastability

78

Review Details
Handset Nokia 6600

Costas Stephanides’s Review

Review Date: 25/6/05

A good opportunity to get your hands on a decent 3D game if you do not have a 3G handset.


As you can tell from the screenshot, 3D Adventure 2 is a first person shoot 'em up. The graphics and feel of the game are very reminiscent of the legendary Doom and Duke Nukem (what a guy).

Overall, the graphics are ok considering that the older handsets/techs have been pushed to their limits. As a result, the action is a little sluggish during battles. The game does have the option to play with a smaller screen which does make things run a lot smoother and slicker.

The controls are well suited, movement is achieved via the joystick/D pad and pushing the centre button fires your weapon. There are plenty of items to find ranging from key cards to bigger weapons. Some of the items tend to be hidden in dark, obscure corners. Speaking of dark, you can also activate green night vision which is great for walking around in the shadows looking for the key card.

There are a few enemies scattered around the levels and you need to be quite precise with the on-screen crosshairs (controlled by your general movement). Generally, 3D Adventure 2 is all about finding the exit for each level, the enemy blasting plays a minor role in this game. To help you along your way, there is a compass at the top of the screen. A map would have been very helpful but has been excluded.

There are quite a few levels to complete and after a quick warm-up level you are straight in the thick of things. As the background graphics are a lightly samey, you can get lost and disoriented while you look for that elusive key.

A good game for original fans of the first person shooter and if you cannot wait for Doom to reach your mobile, then this is the next best thing. If you are a hardcore Quake fan check out our review of 3D Dungeon Warrior. Very similar games engine to 3D Adventure 2 but with a more medieval theme.