Throw down some 360-degree tomahawk dunks with NBA Jam for Android Video
Throw down some 360-degree tomahawk dunks with NBA Jam for Android Video Transcript
-- allow people. Welcome to tap that app I'm DB and this is the show where we feature the hottest pieces of apps on planet earth. Today we are checking out NBA jam for Android. It is a re creation of perhaps the most popular standup arcade basketball game of all time. Now if you've never played NBA jam it is incredibly simple it's basically 212 basketball. There's a campaign mode and multiplayer. And a basic playing around. Go in and -- initials and choose -- difficulty. Then pick any of your favorite NBA teams and pick a few of their most popular place. There are also a few legends that you can unlock as you play just like field arcade -- the controls are simple steel and pass. Shoot and -- And Turbo. There's also a little -- move that you can do by shaking your device. The best part of NBA jam is hands down the dunks. Which as you can see are extremely realistic. There are regular jump shots and three pointers but nobody cares about that because NBA jam is all about the -- but I didn't mention that our. NBA jam is available for -- -- on on Google place. That is it for this week folks if you have an app that you want to put my fingers on a Holler -- -- that's what it does want to.
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