Earlier this morning, Eli and I spent some time with Eyelord [Free]. It's a marble popper that tasks you with spitting gelatinous eyeballs into a line of other eyeballs. Matches are created when three or more like-colored balls meet. The game ends if the last ball in the line of balls manages to enter the Eyelord's mouth.

So, basically, it's like Zuma, except with eyeballs and a massive heavy metal skull that eats eyeballs. Notably, you just tap to spit a ball, which is actually feels like a much better way to play these games. It gives you some actual precision.

Anyway, check out our video if this seems up your alley. It should give you a much more solid indication if this will click or not with you.

  • http://www.facebook.com/daniel.albrecht.5811 Daniel Albrecht

    Thanks guys! 

  • ducksFANjason

    This game is pretty good fun. It's highly polished and I've enjoyed what I've played, though I must admit the game is quite obviously geared toward pushing the IAP. The very first permanent powerup to unlock takes 5000 coins to get and each game produces roughly 75-100 coins. When you level up, you'll get a 1000 coin bonus, but you'll likely level up at a rate of once every 5-6 games or so. It's certainly not impossible to progress and obtain powerups, but e whole point to unlocking powerups is that it's supposed to provide some sense of progression in what is otherwise a very repetitive experience. The longer it takes for the player to complete objectives, the more likely the player is to drop the game and move on. I guess I just wish the game progressed quicker without having to pay for it...

    • TheCurrentGamer

      I got my first 2 permanent power ups very early on with no iap. I eventually bought the coin doubler since I am enjoying the game and it was free. I personally think the iap model was well done, and I like that you don't need to spend a cent to unlock any content if you don't want to. Once you get better at multipliers you can earn coins pretty quickly even without the coin doubler.

    • http://iqsoup.com/ iqSoup

      Agreed, but unfortunately thats just the nature of a free game.  The devs gotta monetise it somehow.  If they aren't pushy with the IAP they will end up like the devs of Super Gasketball--may they rest in peace.

      • ducksFANjason

        Agreed. I'm not hating on the game, I really enjoy the gameplay and the polish and style (the rock tunes are great). I just worry that I'll grow bored after an hour pr two since I don't really feel like I'm getting anywhere... :-/ And while I wouldn't mind getting the coin doubler to remedy this, I feel like even that wouldn't quite make it progress at a pace I'd enjoy. I don't need powerups necessarily to unlock each round, but I'd like objectives or SOMETHING to make a sense of progression attainable.

      • LackeyOfLove

        Nah, once you get the coin doubler and a few upgrades it is simple to get 500-1000 coins per round.  Just think of the base game as a trial version and the $2 upgrade as the "real" game and it all sits much better.  $2 for a game that is well-polished is a good deal.  I've played this a LOT the past few days.  It was great to fiddle with while watching football on Sunday.  

      • morpheus

        Heaven forbid someone spends $2 on a game they like!

  • GSport70

    Pretty fun little game!

  • Jacob Gehman

    This is like....my love of The Residents and and my love of Zuma had a really, really glorious night together and 9 months later this happened.

    • FrandSX

      Actually... about 18 months later. Halfway through development we kind of stuffed the baby back in and let her rock for another 9 months. This hopefully turned out to be a good decision, we'll see!

  • TheCurrentGamer

    This is a very entertaining game. The iap is actually very unobtrusive and the speed and flow of the game are top notch. See you on the leaderboards!

  • JCat_NY

    GREAT game with fair IAP system (see Temple Run). This is not your grandma's Zuma. 

  • morpheus

    Great game. May I suggest it's the love child of a late night rendezvous between Popcap and Brutal Legend? :o