5,000 - 10,000 downloads
- Interesting idea
- Doesn't always work well
Play this game with only a paper and your device
AR Blitz is an Android augmented reality game where you firstly need to print out the Marker (http://www.brosvision.com/marker.png) onto a sheet of paper to start playing.
Then, you can aim your phone's camera at the marker and begin to play. Your goal is to get the highest possible score by hitting the shapes that pop from the holes in only one minute and given the nature of the game, it requires a device with a fast processor, so some phones might not be suitable.
The idea is great and working with augmented reality makes AR Blitz to stand out from other simple casual games, but it still keeps losing the marker sometimes. Brosvision is the developer of this game, their only application in the market and quite a promise so far. It has potential to become a great and interesting app among all casual games.
This app was featured in one of our videoreviews. Watch it here.
You will need to print out the Marker onto a sheet of paper and aim your phone's camera at it in order to play the game. DOWNLOAD AND PRINT THE MARKER HERE: http://www.brosvision.com/marker.png
AR Blitz is an augmented reality game for Android devices based on Unity 3D, Qualcomm Augmented Reality and OpenFeint technologies.
Augment Reality is a live view of the physical world combined with virtual computer generated imagery to give you an in-game experience like no other.
In AR Blitz, you have to reach the highest score within one minute. Playing is as simple as hitting shapes popping out of a hole.
This game requires a device with a fast processor. Some devices, such as the LG Optimus, HTC Hero, and myTouch 3G Slide, are not compatible with the game.
Since this is a public beta we would like to hear from you regarding the performance on your phone or tablet, either if the game works fine or not please inform us. Please send us feedback through email to: email@example.com
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