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Climb As Much As You Can With Volcanic Ascent Beta for Android
Do you like games that will get your mind away from reality for a good chunk of time? If so, please keep on reading because XDA member Smills29 has one that may just get you to spend a good amount of time on it. Volcanic Ascent is a reflex and hand eye coordination type of game where your character is climbing up the side of the volcano while you control him to make sure that he doesn’t get hit by falling debris or hot burning lava. The objective of the game is to climb as high as you possibly can without losing, and then trying to beat that.
The game itself is still in beta stage and is still incomplete, according to the dev. However, it is relatively bug free, so please drop by and share your two cents about the game, its performance, and if you liked it or not.
I have recently finished the beta of my game ‘Volcanic Ascent’. The whole game was programmed completely by one person (me). It is not 100% complete yet, but it is relatively bug free, and quite functional. Could you please test it? Feel free to be as blunt as you want. If you think it is the worst application you have ever downloaded, then tell me, but please tell me why. Likewise if you think it is great.
You can find more information in the game thread.
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