More Real Than Real Itself
Even though games are an escape from the real world, many crave the depth and life-like interaction of a realistic simulation. As early as 1844, Scottish physicist, mathematician, and inventor Sir David Brewster created a sort of 3D predecessor, the Stereoscope. And as early as 1851, a 3D photo was displayed in the The Great Exhibition of Queen Victoria.
So stepping into 3D games, like car games, is a way to really feel the engine rumble as you test your mastery of Formula 1 and other rallies. International Rally Stage 2014 is a whirlwind 3D racing-game tour of some of the most challenging tracks on the planet, and Super Drift 3D is a high-octane speedfest. For those who prefer two wheels to four, 3D motorbike racing not only lets you feel the cycle rush, but by customizing your bike you could guarantee that you are the first at the finish.
Shooting games, too, have bulleted into a new dimension with the ever-increasing selection of online 3D gaming. If your foe is the ghoul around the corner, enter Zombie Days 3D, then chose your weapon and start the battle of your life.
For kids wanting to dive into the world of 3D, Candy Rush 3D is the ultimate sugar surge as they make their way through this candy store, dodging blockades, to get their fill of sweetness.
Let your reasoning skills find a three-dimensional twist and shoot yourself into outer space. With Geom 3D you can explore all levels and challenges in this 3D astro adventure.
Don't just skim the surface, get immersed 3D on Agame.