Recover The Universe With Constant C Puzzle Action Game
Fans of puzzle action games may be interested in checking at Constant C, a 2D platform puzzle game brought to our attention by XDA forum member huw12313212. Developed by Brain Damage Studio, the aim of Constant C is to ‘recover the universe’, now that time is frozen and gravity has gone.
Constant C is a robot gifted with a small circle of power allowing itself to move and revive the time and gravity within the circle. When Constant C approaches an object, the object comes to life but then freezes again once Constant C moves on.
The game consists of 29 levels and is available to download free in the Market. For more information, drop by the forum thread.
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