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Your favorite webOS games [PC Brain Trust]

by Robert Werlinger Tue, 06 Jul 2010 10:38 am EDT

We’re in the thick of Palm’s “half-time” sale where everything in the App Catalog is an easy-on-the-wallet 50% off of its normal asking price,  we're on the cusp of the PDK Hot Apps contest, and what better way to spend the money that’s undoubtedly been burning a hole in your pocket then on some great gaming titles. We asked you what your favorite games are and you showed up en masse to let us know.  The results are interesting: there’s a good spread between big name titles from likes of EA Games and Glu Mobile, and games from indie developers such as Paratrooper and Defensive Warfare.  Head on past the break to find the games, both paid and free, that you and your fellow readers like the most.


Asphalt 5, $4.99 ($2.50 on sale): One of the most popular street racing games allowing you to drive cars from manufacturers like Ferrari, Lamborghini, Audi and Ducati.
Defensive Warfare, $2.49 ($1.25 on sale): An excellent tower defense themed game, Defensive Warfare brings large scrollable maps, upgradable weapons, and continued content additions in each update
Glyder 2, $2.99 ($0.50 on sale):  Soar through skies and swoop through tight caverns to explore an expansive world in this accelerometer based, award winning title from Glu Mobile.


Paratrooper, $1.49 on sale:  A fun, accelerometer based game that has you land a bunch of small paratroopers in a variety of interesting situations.

Let’s Golf, $4.99:  Golfing! With 63 holes in 4 distinct locations and advanced game play modes, you'be bound to be entertained by this arcade style golf simulator.


Critical Mass: Cause explosions to create a chain reaction to rake in as many points as possible.
Fall-E: Using the accelerometer in your phone, you have to roll the ball down as far as possible.
Helicopter game: Navigate your helicopter through treacherous 8-bit canyons!
Sky climber: Like Fall-E, but in reverse! (you go up, not down.)
Cloud hopper lite: Closer in game-play to Sky Climber than Fall-E.