Ragdoll Blaster 3
The iOS equivalent of a plain cheese sandwich: does the job, but it won't linger in the memory afterwards.
Ragdoll Blaster 3 Review
by on May 11, 2012
The concept is a simple one: there are targets, and ragdolls that need to smash them. How do they get from cannon to bullseye? You blast them, of course. The gameplay is fairly solid, if lacking in flair.
Controls are simple – you tap to fire, drag to aim – and the physics model means that the ragdolls flop in a relatively convincing fashion. Different cannons fire different types of doll, but annoyingly, there’s no limit to the amount of said toys you’re allowed to send into the ether, so you can usually spam your way to victory through trial and error.
There’s also the option of a handy in-app purchase – a 69p rocket-powered ragdoll that solves any level – but it’s not pushed too hard, and is by no means essential. It sums up the games as a whole, really: decent enough, but with little to recommend it over anything else in the genre.
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