iPad Space Ninja or Crayon Physics?

Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by SmallSoldiers81, Jan 1, 2009.

  1. SmallSoldiers81

    SmallSoldiers81 Well-Known Member

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    Both look really cool but i don't want to make a bad choice with either. Anybody tried both?
     
  2. D.Sync

    D.Sync Well-Known Member

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    If you got TouchPhysics and yet to complete it then I suggest you to hold on. I just purchase Space Ninja and liked it. It's a new twist to shooting game where you dodge the enemies attack instead of shooting them.
     
  3. SmallSoldiers81

    SmallSoldiers81 Well-Known Member

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    Thank you. I decided on Space Ninja and it's pretty awesome. I agree with you on the dodging twist.
     
  4. Zackarak

    Zackarak Member

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    LoL I purchased both but Space Ninja is better imo
     
  5. Sierra275

    Sierra275 Well-Known Member

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    I'd personally go with Crayon Physics, coz I'm not much for sidescrollers. Just wondering, but what's stopping you from getting both?
     
  6. SmallSoldiers81

    SmallSoldiers81 Well-Known Member

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    i already spent like all my money. so i wondered which was worth the money. i already bought space ninja so i might buy crayon physics too. but im not positive on that one
     
  7. {klondike}

    {klondike} Well-Known Member

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    Rapture. It sucks.
    They're both great but Space Ninja is better right now. Crayon Physics has too many glitches right now so I would wait for an update before I bought it.
     
  8. razorianfly

    razorianfly Well-Known Member

    Space Ninja all the way. It's become an instant iPhone classic in my eyes.

    R-Fly
     
  9. ericxd

    ericxd Well-Known Member

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    are u suppose to sound cool using a name r-fly?
     
  10. razorianfly

    razorianfly Well-Known Member

    Not really, I just sign off each post using an abbreviation of my full username.
    It's something I started doing quite a while back, both here and at Mac Rumors. :)

    R-Fly
     

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