orb3000 · Jan 25, 2011 at 06:33 am

Game – Catch the Berries for Android

Some of us enjoy new games that we can play on the way to work or school. Now, XDA member nathanpc presents this little funny game for your Android device. Catch the Berries will make you have a great moment on your free time, this simple game is about catching the fruits and increasing your score. The developer mentions that future versions will include a new background and will add different fruits.
You can grab it for free on the market and please leave feedback.

Originally posted by nathanpc
[GAME] Catch The Berries v0.7

Catch The Berries v0.7 (Freeware)
Requirements: Android 1.5 or newer
Operating System: Android
Overview: This is a simple game made by me, so you should download, play, rate with all the stars and comment very nicely

A simple game for your free time. The main objective is to catch the fruits by clicking them. It’s a simple game and was made to be funny…

I’ve made this while I was traveling from Brazil(my home) to Aruba(to have fun). I will improve it a lot in some days.

Future Implementations:
When not click on the fruit it will reset the score
Add some background
Add different fruits

Continue to the game thread.


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