By Dong Nguyen
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Test your reflection in an extensive blocking training.
[How to play]
> Tap on shuriken falling line to block it.
> Try to archive the medals: Bronze, Silver, Gold (hard) and Platinum (very hard).
What's New in Version 1.1
The amazing thing about this game, along with the other games Dong created, is not only the beautifully crafted indie element... It's also what this game does to the mind. It's one of the few video games on the App Store I've played (believe me, I've played too many) that I think could actually be beneficial to human thought. It's a game with a simple concept, and I don't know if this was done purposefully or not, but I feel like this game (just a forewarning, this may sound absurd)... Helps the mind to focus. Either on one level, or on several levels simultaneously. I really do hope Dong Nguyen keeps creating, because all of these games are epic in so many ways. Oh, and I miss Flappy Bird too. Like hell actually. But the fact that it was up briefly and then disappeared, only contributes to Flappy's ongoing legacy.
I love your games...including flappy bird that I never got the chance to download
You did an amazing job on this game and the soccer game. You should be proud of flappy bird, why did you get rid of it. You are an amazing person, and people need you amazing app back. People around the world are creating twitters and writing reviews to let you know that you are awesome and need you to bring back flappy bird. You can do it, were all here for you to support you and download for you. Like all games it's addicting in he beginning but the game will be played minutes at a time. What do you say :). Want to bring back flappy bird. Also can you make another great app like the shuriken one and the soccer one, maybe a badminton thing or something. That would be cool.
Another "game" for people to waste time on
I understand the want for an addicting game, but these games are literally no more than just the same mind-numbing task over and over. I assume Apple just thought that everyone NEEDED to see this "game", so they literally took an app with no reviews and placed it at #16 in top apps. I swear, I dread the generation in which a child grows up thinking something like this constitutes as an actual game. We saw the same thing happen for Angry Birds, and now that moronic series has games up to the 8th gen console level. Why do people want dull games like this an Flappy Bird so bad? I hope that this, along with the Flappy Bird knockoffs, all get what they deserve--to follow in the same fate as Flappy Bird. This is not me speaking as one of the morons who try to get attention by saying "Flappy Bird ruined my life". I just hate that this is now being accepted by the idiots of modern society as "gaming".
- Category: Games
- Updated: Feb 11, 2014
- Version: 1.1
- Size: 4.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Dong Nguyen
- © 2013 .GEARS Studios
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.