GLOBAL – We know you guys like your phones to be productive, but what do you do with them in your down time? Last week, we asked you to cast your vote on your favourite Ovi Store games. Do you spend days making a cartoon character jump, hours controlling a digital army or prefer a spot of Sudoku? Join us after the jump for your Ovi Store amusement arcade.
For the poll, we compiled the top ten selling games on Ovi Store, but you guys had different ideas about your favourite games. The top ranking answer, in our poll, was the other option. Over 36 per cent of you opted for it. The one game that stands-out, with more mentions that most was Angry Birds. Tens of you commented that this would be your game of choice. We’ve played it, and we can’t say we blame you. Other honourable mentions go to Big Roll in Paradise, Uniwar and Zum Zuma.
Turning our attention to the apps in the top 10. Your pick of the bunch was Doodle Jump. The jumping game got 14 per cent of the total vote. Obviously, you guys love to spend hours watching a character that resembles a cross between an ant-eater and a Womble jump up your screen to the never ending abyss at the top.
Taking third place we have Real Football 2010. The World Cup in South Africa may have come to an end, but your passion for football is insatiable, it seems. Armed with 245 teams in eight different leagues for every player, this is one football game that could keep you amused for the next four years.
Fourth place goes to the massive franchise that is Prince of Persia. Prince of Persia: Forgotten Sands is a good old romp of a game as you take you hero through a myriad of challenged and mini games.
Fifth spot goes to Edge, the highly addictive non-stop puzzle game that works on all Symbian S60 3rd and 5th edition phones. If you haven’t heard of it before, the concept is simple: you roll a cube around progressively more complex mazes, with the object being to collect up a handful of scattered prisms, then reach a finishing point to advance to the next level.
Sitting pretty at number six, we have Exclusion. Part of Nokia and Heroes’ creator Tim Kring’s Conspiracy for Good, the game is the gateway into the puzzling augmented reality drama. Launched back in June, the multi-platform project is in full swing with events happening in London. Hundreds are getting involved in the quest to bring down the big, bad Blackwell Briggs.
Of the remainder, Tropical Towers, Ninjani – Emperors Revenge, Fishfarm, Click Shoot 2009 and Blokus gained over 60 votes between them.
Surprised by the outcome? Did your favourite game get a mention? Let us know in the comments below.