By The Vault Inc
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Nailed It is a new and innovative game re-inventing the tanagram puzzle genre.
This tanagram based game takes advantage of 2d physics and no snap grid to allow the player to solve puzzles with freedom and ease.
Try your hand at solving these first 20 puzzles that range from incredibly easy to mind bending-ly hard, with more to come in future updates.
- 20 puzzles
- 2d physics
- OpenFeint enabled
- Game Center enabled
- Leader boards
- SFX Settings
- Puzzle Selection menu
- Reset on each puzzle
- Progress saved automatically
Really good game!
I really like this game. It is really fun. I have been playing it since I got it. It is kinda hard though. A hint on how to use less nails is: nail the bottom blocks, use the bottom blocks as nails for the higher ones!
It's a pretty decent app. Basically, it's tangrams with falling physics. One thing I have to say is that the controls are a bit awful. In order to place your pieces down, you need to "nail it" down with the hammer button. Occasionally, the screen will scroll up after tapping the hammer button, which causes the piece to be nailed where you don't want it to be, or a piece will fall down, interrupting you. Also, the levels are pretty picky on deciding to give you a good score. You have to be near exact and use less nails as possible. However, the instructions are very general, and only tells you how to play the game. There are barely any tips on how to use less nails, and such stuff like that.
One thing I have to say though is that this game does heavily influence another app, the Angry Birds and the Angry Bird side-games, a lot. The interface is very similar to the one in the Angry Bird games. The menus look a like, the menu layouts are comparable, and there is a foreshadow where the developer will add new levels soon. When beginning level 1, you get to see a cutscene, which is basically 1 big picture, where the screen scrolls to the next part of the picture to tell the story. It's nearly the same how the Angry Bird games (at least, the original one) tell their story for each world. Also, the way you are scored for each level is through 1-3 "skulls", similar to the 1-3 star rating for each level in the Angry Birds games. For a not-as-known app, it sure does a pretty good job mimicking Angry Birds (in terms of interface and story. The gameplay for this and the Angry Birds game are completely different FYI).
Overall, it's not bad. It's going somewhere with this game. A few problems fixed and a little more marketing would make this app satisfying to download and play.
I Want to play a tanagrams game. I don't want to waste time nailing my pieces down, using awful controls to rotate them to perfection, or watching stupid animations. Just give me the puzzle already!
- Category: Games
- Released: May 14, 2011
- Version: 1.0.0
- Size: 12.8 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: The Vault Inc
- © 2010 The Vault, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.