MX Moto

Posted by Dan Mousavi On December - 15 - 2010

The developer Camel Games already brought us a lot of great Android games and are mostly famous for their physics games. Their newest game is a motocross parcour game where you have to balance your rider through obstacles until you reach the goal. After successfully copying game mechanics from other developers for a while, it was just a matter of time, until one of Camel Games slightly altered clones fails to impress. Maybe it’s just me, but in MX Moto I strongly feel that nice physics alone don’t make a great game, because while the game is good enough that I want to recommend it here, it has some problems at the moment that keep it from being a satisfying gaming experience.

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Blow Up

Posted by David Holliss On June - 20 - 2010

Blow up. An addictive game by Camel Games you’ve probably never even heard of.

It’s probably one of the few games where a single screenshot probably explains the gameplay better than paragraphs of text, but I’ll give it a go. The aim of the game is to blow up wooden/metal structures with a restricted number of accurately placed bombs – these are placed by simply dragging in to the required position. Therefore turning the structure to a pile or rubble – the smaller you can make the pile of rubble the more points you’ll score. There is a horizontal guide line where all the rubble must lay beneath in order for you to progress to the next structure.

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New physics game from Camel Games: Super Tumble

Posted by Dan Mousavi On May - 4 - 2010

Camel Games delivered the best physics puzzler on Android to date, now they released their new game Super Tumble. In this game, there is a star above a plattform filled with shaped blocks. Your goal is to remove the blocks, so that the star lands on the plattform. You can only tap one every few seconds. This is easier said then done, because some blocks shatter on collision, while others have a balloon attached, that keeps them afloat etc.

It’s easier to just show you a video of the demo, so you can see the gameplay for yourself (by the way, this is our first published video, we’ll do a lot more in the future, and besides quick hands-on like now, we will have edited and narrated reviews and of course everything is shot in 720p, to get the full 480×800 resolution on cam):

The full version has 65 Levels and is available for 2,99$ on the market. If you like physics based games, you should definately try it out, it is one of the better ones.

Android Market Link