Recently featured on Joystiq.com and described by androidappsreview.com as "One brilliantly engaging Android title", Critter Rollers is a simple-to-play, not-too-hard-to-master one touch platform game that a few people are talking about, and which features a menagerie of cute, cuddly and slightly disturbing creatures traversing a large array of levels over several themed worlds.
And it just got better....
Yes, an explosion of activity from The Rampant Mango Collective has yielded an content update called "the Trials" that will anger Zeus himself and drive Ninjas to breaking point. “The Trials” aren’t just classic levels remixed, mirrored and super hard, no - they are a representation of the inadequacy of western societies, just waiting to cast off the shackles of humanitarian gain and social pressures.
Oh wait, that’s wrong, apparently the Trials are just a bunch of super challenging and warped levels.
“The Trials” are available for purchasers of Level Pack 1 or the VIP Pack, and the game is free to download with extra purchases required to unlock even more delicious good stuff.
A trailer for “The Trials” is out now for your viewing pleasure on YouTube and features a killer soundtrack by “The Human Project”. Most importantly you can download Critter Rollers, for free here: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.rampantmango.critterrollers. Also don’t forget to check us out on Facebook, we like to update it with news and interesting bits and bobs quite regularly.
About The Rampant Mango Collective
The Rampant Mango Collective (no relation to the Rampant Manho drug cartel operating out of Nicaragua) is an independent game development studio who still remembers that all this sort of stuff used to be referred to as “homebrew” back in the day. We create games for all sorts of people with the aim of making them smile and clap gleefully as they entertain themselves by interacting with flickering images on personal electronic devices.
If you are feeling brave then get in contact with the Mangos, we’re not as rampant as we advertise (and tbh, I’m not sure we even qualify as a collective) but we love to talk about the game, the games industry and other peoples games. Get in touch if you need more info basically.