Keep Those Brain Cells Alive With Bump Out
Sometimes the simplest games are the ones we spend the majority of our time playing—after all, just look at Angry Birds. It may not have the latest in 3D graphics, but it offers simple and intuitive game play that keeps you hooked for
hours days weeks years FOREVER.
Today, we bring you news of one such game from XDA forum member farhadabas. Bump Out for Windows Phone 7 is a puzzle game in which your goal is to bump out all of the soccer balls from the field until just one remains. While simple in concept, the game’s difficulty progresses quickly, keeping you entertained for an extended amount of time. There are two game modes, which are best described by the developer:
-150 levels preselected levels of increasing difficult.
-Start with the easy ones and work your way up to the incredibly difficult levels.
-Solve puzzles of increasing difficulty in the alloted time.
-The quicker and the more puzzles you solve, the more points you earn.
-With the THOUSANDS of unique puzzles, you will never play through the same combination of puzzles.
If you’re looking to give the ol’ noggin a little bit of a workout with this addictive puzzle game, proceed to the application thread.
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