Put on your hard hat and prepare to make your way through 80 levels of exploding awesomeness
Blow Up Review
by on August 21, 2010
Just like the most addictive games on the Android Market, the premise of Blow Up is simple: blow up a building and make sure that all its pieces land below the dotted line on the screen.
How you achieve this destruction derby, though, is a little more complex. In each level you have a number of bombs, which you attach to various parts of the building you want to demolish – as there is a limited number you have to be savvy about where the bombs are placed.
And there’s caveat: in each building there is a panda which you have prevent from getting crushed – if you do, then you lose a whole lot of points. It sounds barmy because it is, but Blow Up is a joy to play.
The graphics are cutesy enough to impress, but it is the physics of the game that leave a lasting impression – thankfully, though, you can get by without a physics degree and with a little bit of luck and gut instinct.
With over 80 levels, the sheer amount of increasingly complex building you have to blow up is impressive, with each falling their own unique way.
And at £1.93 it’s a bargain – and there’s even a lite version to try out before you part with your cash. Bonus!
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