egzthunder1 · Apr 22, 2011 at 09:00 am

Grab That Honey With HoneyRun For Android

We know perfectly well that our beloved devices are used for a wide variety of things including phone calls (duh!), business, multi-media, and much more. However, one forbidden pleasure, which does not become apparent right away is the gaming ingredient that our devices carry with them. To make matters worse, many of the games available for us on these devices really have no end and are of the “how high can your score go” type, so it is very easy to get addicted to them (Fruit Ninja anyone?). And then come along people like XDA member r3v3rb, and drops yet another reason for us to not put our devices down. In HoneyRun you control a very busy bee who needs to collect items and flowers scattered through a lawn before getting back to the hive. The app uses the device’s tilt sensors to control the bee and since it has nice smooth, cartoon-ish 3D drawings, the game will force you to not put it down.

If you liked it, please leave some feedback. Same goes if you find any bugs.

Guide ‘Honey’ the Bee back to the beehive and get the baby bees back to bed…

Tilt and turn to guide ‘Honey’ around 4 demo levels to collect all the flowers. In the full version you have to solve puzzles and make sure you collect the flowers, nectar and other items on your quest to get back home to the beehive.

You can find more information in the game thread.

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Edit: The developer has just informed me that he made the full game (HoneyRun HD) available for free with ad-support.


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