Save the Falling Eggs With Egg Catcher
Here at XDA, we love hearing about new developers releasing their first applications into the wild. In fact, not too long ago we brought you news of a developer’s debut app that has garnered some impressive feedback on Google Play. Now, we have yet another interesting first app courtesy of XDA Forum Member longino07.
The new developer brings us the 2D game Egg Catcher. The premise is very simple. Move your basket horizontally to catch the falling eggs. While that may not sound as inherently exciting as some of the more frenetic games available on the platform, it functions as a more than adequate time waster.
Those wishing to give Egg Catcher a shot should visit the application thread to get started. As this app is part of a class project, be sure to leave your feedback if you give it a shot.
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