Jimmy McGee · May 28, 2012 at 02:00 pm

Be a Square with Falldown Unlimited

Sometimes a simple game is all it takes to keep you entertained for hours. XDA Forum Member Angel_666 offers an interesting game with Falldown Unlimited. Using the Unity 3D engine as a base for development and your device’s accelerometer for control, Falldown Unlimited is simple, yet addicting. Tilting your device directs your cube into the hole in the platform, and onto the next platform, repeating the cycle.

The graphics are quite unique, and the 3D-like playing field is nicely laid out. The graphics do no disappoint, thanks to the highly optimized Unity 3D platform, which has given rise to titles such as Samurai II, Shadow Gun, and Stellar Escape.

Falldown Unlimited is available for devices running Android version 2.2 and above. For more information, check out the application thread.


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