Drop the Star – A Physics Based Game For Android
Fans of physics based puzzle games might be interested to hear about XDA forum member HappyAngelGames first Android project, Drop The Star.
The aim of the game is to land the star on a safe base by destroying the blocks. You earn points by completing levels and use those points to buy power ups.
The game features 8 different worlds (120 levels currently), 3 unique power ups, and 3 relaxing music tracks. Saved game files are stored on your SD card and can be copied and transferred to other devices.
Note that Drop The Star was made with Unity, and as such is only available for ARM7 devices. The dev has helpfully provided a link for you to check if your device is listed.
Drop The Star is available for download free in the Android Market, but for more information, check out the application thread.
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