iPad iPolygon

Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by GatorDeb, Mar 21, 2009.

  1. GatorDeb

    GatorDeb Well-Known Member

    Feb 1, 2009
    Las Vegas, NV, USA
  2. Palfince

    Palfince Well-Known Member

    Dec 30, 2008
    Not quite the right description I don't think...

    You collect the * shaped objects inside the polygon which makes your circle sharp and break the sides. When you break a side you can go out of the polygon so you have to make sure you keep bouncing the circle off the sides. You have to break all the sides except one to get onto the next level.

    I think it's a pretty cool game and I suggest that people get it while it's free.
  3. GatorDeb

    GatorDeb Well-Known Member

    Feb 1, 2009
    Las Vegas, NV, USA
    Ah... I guess I wasn't close to beating it then lol
  4. Coldar

    Coldar Well-Known Member

    Dec 26, 2008
    Upstate NY/USA
    Have been playing since downloading it. It IS a nice unique game. Keeping it on my Touch. Glad to see its free.
  5. Vester

    Vester Well-Known Member

    This is a pretty nice game, a good pick up and play! Very Simple, high score 3200 :)
  6. Just played.

    Pros: Unique gameplay that's actually rather enjoyable. Relatively small size, decent visuals for what it is.

    Cons: Uses the freakin' default volume control, which means ringer volume on the iPhone -- and the sounds are FREAKIN' LOUD. Seriously, please, developers: Use the Application Volume control! I don't want to monkey with my ringer volume in case I forget to put it back to full when I'm done.
  7. Big Albie

    Big Albie Well-Known Member

    Feb 12, 2009
    Casual gamer/marketing dude
    San Francisco, California
    I played with this last night, and the music can be downright irritating after 3 levels. That doesn't even include the sound effects when you bouncing off the walls of the polygon and it's almost like running fingernails off a chalkboard.

    Besides that though, the gameplay is pretty fun and challenging especially since you're spinning your device in all directions and trying to break things. The high scores section could use work. From what I can tell, it only provides a scale. For example, 1000 means you're a rookie.

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