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• (4 out of 4) SlideToPlay.com review: "Smashed is an indie gem that provides one of the best gaming experiences for your iPhone and should not be missed."
• Featured in iTunes "Hot New Games", November 2009!
What they're saying about "Smashed" on the TouchArcade forums:
"It’s an absolute gem and an amazing achievement to build something of such outstanding quality and playability on the iDevice."
"WOW! This game is just beautiful. High five to the artists of this game. It looks like “Little Big Planet” on the PS3!....Definitely an instant classic that is here to stay!"
"This is truly a unique & amazing game. I am quite happy that I stumbled upon this gem."
"I would be very surprised if this doesn’t become a iDevice classic. The whole thing is just beautifully put together, and perfectly designed for the platform. I’m very, very impressed."
For more, see: http://bit.ly/xsgdL
"Smashed" is a unique physics games where you must smash blocks into smaller pieces with your finger.
REAL-TIME PHYSICS DESTRUCTION
Smash blocks, towers, and bridges into smaller pieces.
INTERACT WITH THE WORLD
Pick-up and manipulate blocks, bombs, grinders, ramps and other devices with your finger.
FANTASTIC 2.5D GRAPHICS
Reflections, splashes, explosions, and more!
A STORYLINE? IN A PHYSICS GAME?
Join DDD demolition as a rookie and help uncover a conspiracy!
30 minutes, 6 tracks, dubstep, drum 'n bass - built for headphones.
7 EPISODES, OVER 60 LEVELS
And more to come in monthly updates!
New episode updates will be coming soon.
Collect the free version! It has all 10 levels of the first episode.
Check out some gameplay videos: http://smashed.hackdirt.com
What's New in Version 1.3
- Retina support
- Bug fixes
A rare find
Why Smashed is not more widely recognized is beyond reason. This beautiful, innovative celebration of physics and graphics is unmatched in any other game on the App store. The levels are challenging and nicely designed, requiring precise fingers. The whole set up of the game is admirable.
Plus, they even updated the game 2 years after it was released, even though the purchases of the game were (and still are) very low: a rare kind of caring developer who won't let the underground nature of the game stop its perfecting. Awesome.
It probably sounds like I'm related to the developer, but trust me, I'm not; pick up this rare game and you'll understand.
Can u please add some more levels bc I love this game and I've beaten all of the levels already.