Graveyard Smash is a pinball-mini golf hybrid internship simulator!
In Graveyard Smash, you're an intern at a large cemetery franchise! You have the task of banishing the spooky spirits that haunt the premises! Use your pinpoint aim and fast reflexes to take the top spot on the leaderboard!
Each day you'll be working on a different cemetery plot that will require you to change up your tactics. Each plot has its own leaderboard where you can compete against other Interns! Earn the top spot, and you'll be the Intern of the Day!
+ Pinball / Minigolf styled gameplay
+ Over 20 unique levels!
+ Global leaderboard
+ A surprisingly large amount of lore!
+ About 1 minute of playtime per game!
Mabel here. Just wanted to let you know we crushed some more bugs, and there's a new grave plot!
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Ratings and Reviews
Framerate issues on iPhone 8
It’s pretty difficult to play a pinball mechanic when you lose ~⅓ of the frames. Not sure if it’s just my phone or if it was only tested on iPhone X or what, but it’s hard to want to get better when I’m held back by technical issues.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for the feedback Casey. I actually built this on my iPhone6s and haven’t heard about frame-rate issues. I’ll see if I can find a friend with an 8 to test it on. Also, I got a big update coming out soon that should improve file size and frame-rate, as well as some mechanic changes. Let me know if you would like to be on the playtest group for the update!
Spooky Pinball Greatness
Daily pinball challenges with charm will keep you coming back.
I really wanted to like this. I love pinball games mixed with other genres, but this is just too simple and imprecise and it doesn’t explain what you are doing or why you lose or how you score higher and is lacking in variety. How do you know if you are doing good? Seriously though, I understand the score goes up, but is it better to bounce the “balls” off the creatures or just ignore them and hit the balls into the holes every time. How do you know if you killed a creature if it doesn’t ever die or seem to be doing anything but moving back and forth and bouncing the balls off that hit them? How do you know if one ball is better than the others? How do you know when and why you lose a ball? Why does the game randomly end? Sure it’s probably not random because you get to play for a short and specific amount of time before the game ends without warning no matter how good you at least think you are doing? I understand that there will be new levels daily, but I don’t know anyone who prefers to play only one level instead of a bunch of levels (even if it’s only when they have progressed far enough in a game). If the game is going to remain like it is with only one level (that I could find), please at least leave the old levels available to play as you add new ones. Also, if you need an example of a pinball genre mashup game done right, check out Zombie Rollerz (probably the best pinball game I’ve ever played). Since this game doesn’t have traditional flippers, it could really use the genius aiming technique that Zombie Rollerz has.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for your review! This is my first solo project for iOS, and I’d love any feedback you could give. Would a tips page that explains mechanics in detail help?
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.