Berlin, Germany – Ralf Chille, an independent game developer and designer is excited to announce its new iOS app – Tapbounce. The app is part of a suite of interactive element-based games which are currently being built for the App Store. Raw Play is aimed to experience the properties and characteristics of raw materials straight from their smartphone.
The object of the game is simple – combine four rubber balls with similar colors to make them disappear and gain points. Sounds easy right? Wrong! Although the introductory levels are designed for novice gamers, each round gets more and more challenging and causes the gamer to use the properties of rubber to complete each round. Balls are dispensed from the top left of the screen at preset intervals or at the user’s discretion by simply double-tapping the background. During the higher levels, other objects such as wooden blocks and springs are introduced to make the game more thought-provoking. The real-life response to each raw material in the game is enough to make you appreciate the app. Tapbounce is a game of physics as much as it is a game of skill. If you can master the physical traits of rubber, then you can master the game!
The app’s sleek interface and high quality graphics make it inviting to all iOS users. In addition, Tapbounce has an ample amount of in-app guidance to help users as they play. In the background, quirky music sets the tone as users navigate throughout all screens of the app. It even has a local and worldwide “Hall of Fame” so you can see how you rank compared to other gamers. With over 40 levels of game-play, this app will guarantee you hours of fun.
Raw Play is looking to develop a collection of touch-based games to allow people to experience their qualities on interactive devices. You can expect to see games that will allow users to experiment with wood, cotton and even bamboo in the near future! Download this fun and addicting game in the Apple App Store.
Game play video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BU9vU_eIMX4
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Project webpage: www.raw-play.com