Developers Work to Add Two More Games to the Array of Games and Music Apps for Windows Phone
Developers Work on Bringing out Two More Games for Windows Phone, A Puzzle Game and a Board Game
Developers work for Windows Phone is going and growing. There is news that indie developers are planning to develop games for Windows Phone. The news is welcome. We have already presented games for Windows Phone devices. Developers work has turned out a variety of games. Fans of golf can enjoy Just Hot Air. Trivia buffs should use the QuizBlaster game which is challenging and offers round of questions on different topics. The Glean game is a great choice of a touch puzzle game. Bee Leader is another choice of a game which requires skills. In it users are challenged to collect as much nectar as possible. They have to withstand bad weather and enemies. There is also the classic choice of games for Windows Phone: Solitaire, Mahjong and Minesweeper. Traffic Frenzy has found its way into Windows Phone with a game of the same name.
Music apps are sheer enjoyment too, thanks to developers’ work. The MixMaster app is a worthy choice for Windows Phone device users. Sharkphone is an app for streaming music from the Grooveshark music streaming service. Developers work has contributed to the appearance of Nokia MixRadio – the special Nokia music service. It is the successor of the Nokia Music app.
The choice of games and music apps for Windows Phone is vast. Developers’ work guarantees that. Now indie developers work is going to bring out two more games for Windows Phone. According to WP Central, the developers of Puzzle Raiders and of Pata Pata are working on versions for the WP OS. Puzzle Raiders is a match-3 puzzle game. Pata Pata is a board game which is simple, but it offers attractive African themes.
The Puzzle Raiders game by Shiny Shoe is already available for Android devices. Developers work is going to bring it out for Windows Phone too. It packs plenty of puzzles inviting players to solve them.
Another indie developer from Zimbabwe, Saintoon, is the author of Pata Pata. The game is of the board type and the rolling of the dice is always a surprise. The game is already on offer for iOS. Windows Phone users can expect it to appear soon on the Windows Phone Store together with Puzzle Raiders.
Source: Windows Phone Central