We've seen plenty of impressive video footage captured by the Nokia Lumia 920 Windows Phone and this time we see it used to make a music video.
Windows Phone Central reader Soundtweaker shared this video when commenting on the Fan Video on the Lumia 920 we posted earlier. Soundtweaker not only used the Lumia 920 to shoot the video but those magnetic lens attachments were used for the fish-eyed portions of the video.
Granted the movie out takes from Frogs wasn't shot with the Lumia 920 but the portions shot came out great. The wide angle lens attactment preformed well and Illogistical Resource Department's "The Attack of the Frogs" is a nice example of what the Nokia Lumia 920 is capable of.
FrogSling2 is the sequel to the popular Windows Phone game from DiNo Games. FrogSling2 picks up where FrogSling left off with you launching the amphibians from a sling shot into various buckets, pales, and other targets.
The multi-level game has quality graphics, interesting animations and game play is challenging enough to keep you interested. FrogSling2 may not appeal to everyone but if you're looking for an entertaining game to pass the time with, it's worth a try.
Frogs aren't doing too well over at the Windows Phone Marketplace. You've got the classic game of Frogger where cars are trying to run the poor frogs over. Then there's Blow up the Frog where you try to inflate the frog for style points. Now you have FrogSling where you're using a sling shot to toss frogs into a bucket. These little guys just can't win.
EntwicklerX has developed A Frog Game for your Windows Phone. It's an entertaining game for Windows Phone 7 that has a simple approach; leap from one lily pad to another and gobble up as many flying insects as possible.
Sound simple enough? Toss in a few bugs that don't really appeal to your appetite and a count down timer and things can get interesting.
Leap on past (couldn't resist) the break to read more on this Windows Phone 7 gaming app.