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Splinter Cell

Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow (SCPT) is all about love. The moment you see the splash screen in the game’s intro, you’ll immediately know that the developers spent a lot of time lovingly crafting the best game they’ve ever made. SCPT is the third iteration of the famed Splinter Cell franchise on the mobile java mobile phone market. Like its predecessors, it does the Splinter Cell franchise proud, by delivering excellent gameplay and unsurpassed gaming atmosphere. 

If you’ve already played any of the previous Splinter Cell games, just skip this review and buy SCPT. Everything about it has elevated the platform/jump and run genre to new heights. If you’re new to the franchise, welcome to the most compelling and thrilling game you’ll download in months.

Graphically, everything you’ll see in your mobile screen is simply stunning. The characters are well drawn and animated; the backgrounds are fantastic and the lighting effects are just right for a stealth based game. The previous Splinter Cell titles were drawn too “cartoon-like” for me; in SCPT the graphics are harder, edgier and bigger. Graphically there is a big improvement from the old Splinter Cell games and SCPT, and its all for the better. The sound effects are quite good and you can immediately determine what is happening within the game based on the sound that you hear. The music is tastefully composed and fades in and out during appropriate segments within the game. The game just feels so cinematic, there are even several cut scenes scattered throughout the game in order to give life to the game’s atmosphere.

SCPT’s gameplay is based on stealth. You have to run, sneak, jump, shoot, and find your way throughout the game. At the risk of sounding redundant, this game is a sneaker’s delight. You can hide in shadows to avoid guards, shootout spotlights to preserve the darkness cloaking you, and finally bob and weave against mechanical chain guns. To help you out in your adventure, the developers provided two features: the shadow meter and the alarm meter. The former notifies you if you are safely enshrouded in darkness, while the latter warns you if you have been detected. The design of the eight levels in the game borders on sheer brilliance. The levels were designed in such a way as to provide a thinking challenge for the player and not as an exercise in frustration. The use of the land mines scattered throughout the game made me sweat for awhile but after carefully planning out my moves, I was able to get past these deadly obstacles. Every time you successfully complete a challenging segment of the game, you’ll wind up with a happy and warm feeling within.

I have the PSP Splinter Cell launch title and while the PSP game has better looking graphics, SCPT’s overall package gives it the nod as the best Splinter Cell mobile game ever. I keep finding myself being drawn back again and again to play SCPT even though I’ve already finished it twice. The game is just pure gaming goodness.
No doubt about it. This is the best mobile java game I’ve ever played. If people tell you that you can’t buy love, they’re lying because this perfect gem is all about love. If you only have enough money to purchase one mobile game for the entire year, you better grab this baby. Or try it here for free.

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