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Can i still play on windows phone?

Unfortunately, no.

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  • irishladsoca
    398 posts Member
    edited May 2014
    well that's a bummer :cry: thanks
  • JimJ321
    4208 posts Member
    edited June 2014
    But the Nokia Lumia was rated the #9 phone of 2014 by a tribunal of middle aged men.
  • Frimar21
    269 posts Member
    edited June 2014
    it's the only reason I'm still keeping my ipad... in fact on my lumia1020 I cannot play SF... I hope that Windows Phone will increase the market share enough to get a dedicated TSTO version...
  • ax0n01
    2385 posts Member
    edited June 2014
    JimJ321 wrote:
    But the Nokia Lumia was rated the #9 phone of 2014 by a tribunal of middle aged men.

    Pics dude, pics.
  • ax0n01
    2385 posts Member
    edited June 2014
    i have Windows Phone/Nokia as my personal phone and love it. it just sucks that it doesn't have some of the games/apps i like with the Apple/Android platform.
  • JimJ321
    4208 posts Member
    edited June 2014
    ax0n01 wrote:
    JimJ321 wrote:
    But the Nokia Lumia was rated the #9 phone of 2014 by a tribunal of middle aged men.

    Pics dude, pics.

    fm6uja.jpg

    These guys mean business.
  • ax0n01
    2385 posts Member
    edited June 2014
    JimJ321 wrote:
    ax0n01 wrote:
    JimJ321 wrote:
    But the Nokia Lumia was rated the #9 phone of 2014 by a tribunal of middle aged men.

    Pics dude, pics.

    fm6uja.jpg

    These guys mean business.

    thanks, but they underrated the Lumia phone by placing it only #9.
  • LPNintendoITA
    11495 posts Member
    edited June 2014
    The thing is they already have trouble testing game for all android and ios phones. Imagine doing that for crapsoft windows
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  • ax0n01
    2385 posts Member
    edited June 2014
    The thing is they already have trouble testing game for all android and ios phones. Imagine doing that for crapsoft windows

    actually the Windows Phone platform is the most stable platform i've used. it hasn't crashed, locked me out or deleted/failed to save any of my stuff. try it, it's the best way to organize the stuff that's important to you. and if you get a Nokia Windows Phone, it comes with some very good, free and handy Nokia software.
  • datasurgeon
    1878 posts Member
    edited June 2014
    ax0n01 wrote:
    The thing is they already have trouble testing game for all android and ios phones. Imagine doing that for crapsoft windows

    actually the Windows Phone platform is the most stable platform i've used. it hasn't crashed, locked me out or deleted/failed to save any of my stuff. try it, it's the best way to organize the stuff that's important to you. and if you get a Nokia Windows Phone, it comes with some very good, free and handy Nokia software.

    If it is that stable then TSTO can never run on it, TSTO needs to crash to stretch out the neighbors visits so that you have to give up sleep or visit neighbors the next days.


    No No No a stable platform will never do for EA
  • neuroheart
    8132 posts Member
    edited June 2014
    Huh, I didn't know windows phones were even still a thing. There are plenty of good phones out there, though. I just recently got a galaxy phone, and so far I'm liking it.
    ax0n01 wrote:
    The thing is they already have trouble testing game for all android and ios phones. Imagine doing that for crapsoft windows

    actually the Windows Phone platform is the most stable platform i've used. it hasn't crashed, locked me out or deleted/failed to save any of my stuff. try it, it's the best way to organize the stuff that's important to you. and if you get a Nokia Windows Phone, it comes with some very good, free and handy Nokia software.
    Wow, I've never talked like an advertisement about something I genuinely like. Do you work for the company or something?
  • ax0n01
    2385 posts Member
    edited June 2014
    neuroheart wrote:
    Huh, I didn't know windows phones were even still a thing. There are plenty of good phones out there, though. I just recently got a galaxy phone, and so far I'm liking it.
    ax0n01 wrote:
    The thing is they already have trouble testing game for all android and ios phones. Imagine doing that for crapsoft windows

    actually the Windows Phone platform is the most stable platform i've used. it hasn't crashed, locked me out or deleted/failed to save any of my stuff. try it, it's the best way to organize the stuff that's important to you. and if you get a Nokia Windows Phone, it comes with some very good, free and handy Nokia software.
    Wow, I've never talked like an advertisement about something I genuinely like. Do you work for the company or something?

    Lol, no. I just don't like people trashing the stuff I like and i like to share my opinion/experience. I've gone through the apple/iphone, android and windows on mobile devices for years now.
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