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Game – Stone Builder for Windows Phone 7
XDA new member OmegaDot presents this interesting puzzle game. With Stone Builder you are in a Mario Bros kinda layout where you need to move some heavy stones in order to place them correctly to build some structures according to the plan, as if you were in an ancient civilization. The game is packed with 40 levels, each one having one or more structures to be built and increasing difficulty as you progress in the game. Moreover, the game features swipe and tap style game controls, jump to any level at any time, come back and continue at any time, slow motion final move, turn on/off sound fx, among many more options.
The game can be found in the usual place for free.
Originally posted by OmegaDot
Stone Builder – Become an ancient architect
Stone Builder 1.1 has been published on the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace. If you like puzzle games and fun, do check this one out. It is free and has 30 levels of fun and mind bending puzzle solving with heavy stone tumbling and pushing action. Feel like an ancient architect in Mayan or Egyptian times.
Become an ancient stone builder and construct transcendental structures that riddles modern archeologists. Think like an architect and act like an engineer to solve mind bending puzzles that challenged ancient stone builders.
Updates for v 1.4
– 5 more new bonus levels (36-40)
– Bug fixes
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