By Piotr Guttmeyer
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Become a master of balance. You need to be ultimately concentrated, accurate and predictive in order to keep all blocks on the moving metal platform supported on rolling wheels via elastic suspension system. Enjoy gravity and precisely calculated realistic physics - each kind of block differ in weight so have different influence on the balace of the whole.
As in real life keeping balance is not an easy task. As in real life any advance in skill requires long training, deliberate focus and monk's patience. Because of the above playing Balancer separates the men from the boys!
For those who feel prepared for such challenge 30 levels are prepared,
Your task is to collect all the blocks on the metal platform and keep them in balance for specified period of time.
When any block falls down from the platform one life is lost and you need to repeat the level from its beginning.
Blocks differ in their weight and shape.
On some levels you encounter different kind of blocks - Extra Points (EP).
If you drop an EP block you don't lose life.
There are three types of Extra Points which differ in their weight. Heavier blocks give more points.
The last type of block is a bomb.
Bomb destroys all the blocks in specified radius aroud it.
For every block destroyed by the bomb you get 100 points, so it is wise to prepare some kind of nest for the bomb before it appears. Acting this way maximalizes points gained.
If the bomb hits the ground the player doesn't lose life.
- iPhone/iPad support
- moving metal platform controlled by accelerometer
- three shapes of blocks - square, triangle and round
- four weights of block of each shape which gives twelve different kinds of blocks in total
- EP blocks
- realistic physics
- full Retina support
- Game Center
Needs touch controls
I'd give 5 stars if it had an option for touch controls.
It's good otherwise, though.
This is absolutely brilliant, it's challenging and addictive. You have to give it a try! Well done to the designers!
That's the only thing need to me said