Bloop Go! is a fun physics-based multiplayer racing game.
Roll, bounce, crush and destroy your opponents with crazy power ups to reach the finish line.
- Unlock dozens of amazing powers
- Choose from 30+ awesome characters with their own skills
- Collect stars to claim incredible rewards
- Race against random opponents in real-time
- Roll and jump in 5 unique worlds
- Enjoy fast action gameplay and squishy physics
- Climb the leaderboard and challenge the best players in the world!
- Send cool iMessage Stickers to your friends
- Stability improvements
- Various bug fixes
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Ratings and Reviews
Great game, but really?!?!
I’ve seen a lot of games that claim to be online but aren’t, take boost arena for example. Every AI has a car bought with cash and a name to pressure the player into logging into Game Center and buying the in app purchases. This game is the same. Just a tip, most fake online games can be paused by double tapping the home button and opening the multitasking menu, then tapping on the game again to resume. This game covers it up by sending you to the home screen. But what it fails on is that you can literally “connect to players across the globe” while in airplane mode (no connection whatsoever) most fake offline games can be exposed this way. I get it, I really do. It’s the way bloop makes money on the game, but why make us preorder it and take extra time to set up online connection when you’re actually just setting up AI so you don’t have to pay for servers. -2 stars for lying.
I’m really disappointed. This game is awesome, but why lie about it? It claims it’s multiplayer, but it really not. And how do I know this? Several of my friends told me they went on airplane mode (no internet) and it still worked. So I tried it for myself,
What I thought was just them trying to make me fall for there jokes, was actually true. I started playing again thinking, “why would they lie? Maybe it’s just whatever” so I just ignored the very obvious fact that the game was a lie, and started playing again. This time really sealed it tight, “the same players?” I thought “five times a row!?” I had the same players against me FIVE TIMES IN A ROW! I was really questioning this game at that point. But really just why lie about this game? It’s so fun but not knowing it’s not real.
I enjoy this game a lot. What really bugs me though is in your claim that this is a multiplayer game. I thought the system seemed legit with the different usernames and avatars. However, I found out very quickly that this game wasn‘t exactly as it claimed to be when I had the exact same 3 users play against me in the same order they were lined up 4 different times. It would have been fine if I only saw them once or twice, even if it happening twice was very unlikely. However, 4 times really sealed the deal.
All I want to know is: why? Why advertise a feature in your game that isn’t there, or in this case, forged up to look legit. It just doesn’t make sense.
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.