Favorite games on your Tablet PC?

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  1. jhoff80

    jhoff80 Pen Pro - Senior Member Senior Member

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    Sorry, haven't gotten that far yet.
     
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    I actually found it elsewhere online. Feel free to PM me if you need it, but it doesn't open any more levels after that.
     
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    Frank Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    I like the idea. Sadly it has some graphics failure on my tablet (not every platform gets visible) and it's difficult to play it with the pen only.
    It's possible, because you don't need a keyboard, but still awkward sometimes. I always have to switch between pen and mouse mode and assigned one pen button to walk, pen tap to jump.
    Still, great idea.
     
  4. jhoff80

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    True, I've been playing it switching between the keyboard for the actual platforming and the pen for designing the levels.

    As for the graphics failure, could it possibly be because of the default resolution for the game is 1024x768? Since its windowed mode, my windows taskbar was covering up a small section of the game, so I had to use the command-line options listed in the readme to make it 800x600. Probably unrelated to your issue, but I thought I'd mention it anyway.
     
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    Starcraft with a pen stylus?

    I played Starcraft... I guess you could say it worked. But if you just played in tablet mode you would get your butt waxed by people using keyboard/mouse. I mean completely waxed. Completely. That's not fun, and I think computers would even be difficult to beat if you're using only a stylus. What we need is dual stylus. Then we could start drawing shapes/symbols to make a kick-a$$, touch-recognition interface.
     
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    Plants and Zombies is cheap, fun, and great on my Lenovo X61t !!
    I can hardly imagine a better game for stylus input.
     
  9. ChewbaccaLincoln

    ChewbaccaLincoln Ecologist in study

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    I am not shocked that this stuff has came up multipul times. This is why I think this thread should be sticky so it doesn't have to be remade over and over again :). What do you guys think?
     
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    Agreed about Plants vs Zombies, though I'm using the touchscreen for it. The same can be said about Puzzle Quest (both the original and the sequel).
     
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