Featuring a 5.5-inch 1080p-resolution screen, the Meizo M3 Note is powered by the MediaTek Helio P10 octa-core chipset and accepts two SIM cards or a single SIM card and a microSD card. With 3GB of RAM, 32GB of eMMC 5.1 flash memory, and Meizu's breezy Flyme interface, we can safely assume the high-end M3 Note moves quite swiftly when it comes to everything but the most graphically demanding games. The phone is powered by a considerably large 4100mAh battery. The M3 Note features a 13MP rear camera that sits flush with the body, and a 5MP front cam to handle selfies. There's also a fingerprint sensor, built inside the physical home button which doubles as a back and multitasking key as well.
I understand that you guys would need the revenue to keep a game like this going. I don't mind the ads either, but when you show me an ad to continue, and then spawn me at a spot where I'll literally be killed right off the bat, it's not the most pleasant experience. Other than that, keep up the good work.
The game is great but if I put my phone horizontal, the moto turns left, so to go straight I have to rotate the phone a little to the right. I couldn't find any option to calibrate that.
It is soooo boring. I downloaded it beacause it didn't need Internet access but it was such a waste of time!
Fun and interesting at first, it becomes a major source of frustration after a while, I almost cracked my phone's screen trying to register a continuous line
I wish there was an option to flip horizontally the bow and the target, so that it is easier to play with the right hand.
This is a irritating game. Add are too come on the screen when playing. Just installed and uninstall