admin · Oct 11, 2011 at 01:36 pm

Coin Drop for Android [SassiBoB Review]

Today on the BoB-Only Show, BoB proves how true marketing taglines can be. Coin Drop is a physics-based puzzle game made by Full Fat Productions. Its tagline is, “So addictive it will drive you mad.” At it’s core, this is one of those arcade games where you stick in a quarter, and the quarter falls, hitting pegs along the way. You try to get it in a specific hole at the bottom. With cutesy graphics and nearly too-much-to-bare girly sound effects, this game’s storyline is lost. It has something to do with evil pennies, aliens, spaceships, and giggle stars. It’s 20MB and needs location and Internet permissions granted. Be sure to watch the video for a full hilarious and thorough review and demo of gameplay. Please remember to send SassiBoB recommendations for Android and WP7 apps either on her thread in the XDA forum, or on twitter. Click on for the episode!

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