NBA Jam for Android becoming more device friendly
When EA Mobile originally released the NBA Jam app for the Android platform, unfortunately not a great deal of Android devices where supported by the mobile app; however, apparently the NBA Jam app for Android has now been updated so that it now supports virtually every popular Android device.
According to the guys over at Android And Me, the NBA Jam app for Android has now received an update so that the application supports quite a few Android based devices including the HTC One X, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, Asus Transformer Prime and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
The NBA Jam app for Android has also received additional behind-the-scenes adjustments to improve the overall gameplay, and features three modes of play along with Play Now that lets you select a team and jump right into the ballgame, and play as your favourite stars from all thirty NBA teams.
The NBA Jam Android app also features the voice of the original NBA Jam play-by-play announcer, Tim Kitzrow, whilst the classic campaign allows you to battle all other NBA teams to attempt to win the championship, unlock hidden players and legends, as well as outrageous cheats. There is also local multiplayer, where the gamer can go head-to-head with friends over Bluetooth or WiFi.
Thus for those NBA loving Android faithful out there that haven’t yet been able to play NBA Jam on their Android device you can now hit up Google Play to see if your device is now supported, and grab the NBA Jam app at a cost of Â£3.09, about $4.99.
So, we’d like to know if any of our Android readers out there are using the NBA Jam app on their Android device, and if so which Android device they are using, so feel free to let us know by dropping a line to our comments area below.