iPad Endless - amazing small game... $0.99

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  1. eliotness

    eliotness Active Member

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    #1 eliotness, May 26, 2009
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    if you LOVE up there this one will AMAZE you. this game is highly addictive i'm so happy i decided to give it a try... :)

    [​IMG] - Endless $0.99, 2.0MB

    - Simple enough for a casual player.
    - Challenging enough for the most experienced gamers.
    - Fun, exciting and addicting to everyone!

    Plus trophies, endless gameplay, original style and beautiful music.

    **A fun new twist on the classic and addicting Fall Down**

    –--- How to play ---–
    -Tilt your iPhone or iPod left and right to navigate the ball through the holes before being pushed off the screen.

    -Collect items with the ball or by touching the screen.

    -Once you have collected enough items you can *flip* your iPhone over at any time to reverse directions allowing you to regain ground and narrowly escape defeat! Using this at key moments keeps you alive and makes for some intense gameplay.

    -Stay alive as long as possible while trying not to miss a single item.

    -Go to the trophy room to view your accomplishments.

    -12 unlockable trophies keep you challenged with more to come in future updates.

    -Beautiful style and original music.

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  2. CDubby94

    CDubby94 Well-Known Member

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    Betty White
    Looks EXACTLY like Falldown.

    What I liked about Up There was its artwork and music.

    This still looks interesting though.
     
  3. Kamazar

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    So this would be like Reverse Up There?
     
  4. eliotness

    eliotness Active Member

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    yes, but also you collect some stuff.
     
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  7. eliotness

    eliotness Active Member

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    this game is really worth attention. no one interested?
     
  8. Karuko

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    #8 Karuko, May 29, 2009
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    Also jumped in, the graphics are nice and the flipping power-up idea is the reason why I got it, but it hasn't helped me get further down as it seems to go too fast for me :D
     
  9. djflippy

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    The physics on the ball are less than convincing. At first, I thought it was so that you could roll quicker to get the powerups, but you can tap those. It's also not really a ball, it's a circle, which doesn't capitalize on the theme. Feel is very important in videogames and this game doesn't feel right. The flip over aspect is clever, though. I'm was still playing it, until five new games came out today, but I may revisit it.

    In a steel-cage match, Up There beats the pulp out of this game, because of the theme, mood, motion, soundtrack, and scrolling background.
     
  10. BrettArchibald

    BrettArchibald Well-Known Member

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    Just noticed the member status for the O.P. says "banned"...
    What's that all about then? :confused:
     
  11. Karuko

    Karuko Well-Known Member

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    That's the problem I have with it, it's a circle going down, doesn't roll or anything, it drops fast on every hole. I'd add a little momentum to it and change the bonus items to white triangles or something else, and when all is collected the plant in the background blooms. Kinda prefer the upside-down theme more than the default one.
     
  12. djflippy

    djflippy Well-Known Member

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    Well, he fooled me and I'm out a buck.
     

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