Square Off for Windows Phone 7 hands on review

I’ve just shot a video of the recently released Square Off shooter game developed by Gnomic Studio for Windows Phone 7. If you have already played Rocket Riot then this will feel really familiar to you. The game mechanics and controls are essentially the same here but the whole game feels quite a bit different thanks to the graphics’ style. Just like Rocket Riot this is a port of an original Xbox Live Arcade game. This is a highly recommended game! There are no performance issues at all, everything’s super smooth and the whole package is just top notch. Video after the break:

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Square Off for Windows Phone 7 released

The pretty nice looking Xbox 360 indie game ported to Windows Phone 7 named Square Off (announced back in March) is now available in the Marketplace for $2.99. The game is simply one of the best looking shooter on the platform right. The gameplay mechanism are identical to Rocket Riot: use your left thumb to control your characters movement and your right thumb to aim and shoot. Also note that the game is not Xbox Live enabled. You can try the trial version right now and I will also update this post later today with a hands-on video of the game. In the men time check out the launch video after the break:

Update: Check out my Hands on video here.

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Square Off Xbox Live Arcade game coming soon to Windows Phone 7

Here’s a pretty nice looking Xbox Live Arcade indie game which is currently being ported to Windows Phone 7and should be available soon in the Marketplace. It’s called Square Off (buy Gnomic Studios in Australia) and was released last year on the Xbox 360. The Windows Phone 7 version will include a seven level singleplayer campaign pus a survival mode. As you can see in the screenshot above and video below, it’s a nice mix of 3D (background) and 2D (characters) graphics:

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