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Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by Deleted, Dec 23, 2008.
Has anyone tried it? It seems like a pretty good game. Any thoughts?
I don't know about this one.
It looks like Aurora Feint but with treasure chests and way less polished.
It's actually a pretty odd game.
Single blocks fall from the sky. You tap and drag them anywhere you like. The goal is to keep like blocks together. Once you have 5(?) touching you can double any block in the group to blow them up and gain points. Remaining blocks fall to fill in the gaps.
As I was playing I got a long block which was 2 fused together so there may be other interesting shapes waiting on later levels that I haven't got to yet.
Hope that helps!
Developer or beta tester?
Just to let you know that most of us really like when developers talk to us.
I've purchased the game but I've just played it once (not enough time with tons of titles waiting in my huge game pile).
It's nice (graphics, sound. presentation) but nothing that made me want to play it again, nothing that made me overlook other titles.
Anyway, I still have to explore the game a bit more...
The first time I played the game I didn't think there was anything that challenging about it but on the second try I got about 20 minutes in and the game gets very complex and skill based. There are blocks that need to be destoyed twice, kegs that blow up, additional colors, and more. The physics are also interesting too. I can definitely see coming back to play this game more than a few times.
Also, if you didn't know, Planet Moon Studios has made some GREAT console games and now works exclusively on handhelds but they have been around awhile and this game is definitely polished and professional looking.
Heres the link http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=299843491&mt=8
I'm the Project Director on Booty Blocks. I think VegantTnT summed up the basic game play quite nicely. I'd like to add that the medium difficulty is a good place to begin if you get the basics of the game play. Medium is geared for a nicely paced game that will ratchet up in difficulty as the game progresses. On hard you'll get a very fast paced nonstop excitement. Also, be sure to use the Tilt feature as it can help close up the gaps between the blocks. One of the feature that we felt makes this game more exciting is that you can move the blocks after they have falling and that you decide the lay of land so to speak. Stacking blocks in groups larger then 5 will give you more points, also if you explode multiple group you get combo multipliers for each block you explode.
For more info please visit http://www.bootyblocks.com
Thanks for playing,
Planet Moon Studios
Thanks for your help guys! I think I'll look into this...