With the best features that I have seen for a long, long time in any virtual sporting game, NBA Live Mobile game stands a class apart. In fact the innovative, useful and easy to understand features provides the best and most interesting gaming experience. When I learned that EA Sports is contemplating to launch iOS and Android version of the game to enable the tap the smartphone users as well, I was not surprised or apprehensive at all. As I had the faith and trust in the developers and their engineering expertise, I knew that the game would come out with the best features and mechanics.
The only difference with the console version and that of NBA Live Mobile game is in the position of the camera which is specifically on the sidelines. I missed the close-up shots, replays and zoom shots, but as for the other features of the game, I am very impressed with the outcome. More importantly, I feel that anyone who plays the game first time on a mobile phone will not notice any issues with it. The gameplay mechanism is very simple with minimum buttons and a joystick which enabled me to move my players to the direction I wanted.
With some simple taps on the button, I was able to dunk, run, steal, shoot pass and dribble the ball. The most important fact is that I did not require knowing a large number of buttons for a different purpose. I simply followed the few on the right side of the screen and followed the digital analog joystick on the left to move my NBA Live Mobile game players. I just had to make sure that my fingers fell on the right button for the right action. Practicing for a couple of times, I mastered it easily and followed my players once I was comfortable with the buttons.
I think the absence of physical buttons makes the game easier to play and even a beginner can mater it with a little effort. Aiming my shots and throwing the ball to the right player was also easy as I had to give a few seconds to ensure that I pushed the right command to the right part of the screen. The controls of NBA Live Mobile game are incredibly simplistic, and I just had only two buttons for defense, one for guarding and the other for blocking. While in an offensive move, I had the option of passing, shooting and driving. What else could I ask?
I feel that anything more than this will make the game control difficult and players will have to search for buttons to make the right move just to see that opponent has moved away with the ball and scored a basket by the time the right button is found. Like all video games, currency plays a major role in this game as well, and there are a lot of features which gave me a lot of options to earn the required resources. Apart from using the nba live mobile coin hack sometimes, I played all the inbuilt games to get handsome coins and prizes.