Three new and popular titles ( on other platforms ) have landed on Windows Phone store. Let’s us check them out one by one.
Monty Python’s The Ministry of Silly Walks:
It is here and it wants you to unleash your silly walk across London. It is much fun and has a big fan base on other platforms. It is a paid app that will set you back by $1.29 and comes without a try option. Brand name they say.
Monty Python invites you to join that British bastion of eccentric loco-motion – The Ministry of Silly Walks
Your assignment as a member of this venerable organisation is to showcase your increasingly frantic promenading as far as you possibly can.
As you and your stiff upper lip travel through the streets of London take care to avoid obstacles and pesky pigeons. Bank coins and collect power ups to help take your walk to new heights of silliness.
• Warning! Highly addictive
• Voice acting by the Minister of Silly Walks himself, Mr John Cleese
• Randomised obstacles and scenery – Never play the same game twice
• Use your banked coins to buy sillier suits and enhanced power ups
• Sumptuous 3D Graphics
• Realistic physics and ragdoll
• Regular updates
Daddy Was A Thief:
Very popular on the Android platform, Daddy was a thief is here. It is also a paid game priced $1.99 but comes with a try option.
Bank staff is usually friendly and polite. This time something went wrong! Gain as much money as you can! Hurry! Everyone try to catch you, but you are clever, aren’t you? Find combo speed boosts, shortcuts and grab power-ups to survive.
– Smashable obstacles: walls, furnitures and more! Gain as much destructions as you can! Crash through walls, floors and watch the pieces fly all over!
– Playable thieves and crazy power-ups to unlock
– Different every time you play!
– Just one finger control! (swipe up and down) Quick pick-up-and-play
– Many achievements to earn
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