Sketch Smash for Android Now Available
Are you a fan of Angry Birds or any game that involves slinging stuff at structures in an attempt to bring it down? If that is the case, then XDA member ciaphuas has something that will likely get your interest up. Sketch Smash’s main objective is to bring down structures and killing evil sketches that dwell within them. The game is rather well made and pretty smooth also. Graphics are… well, sketches, so hence the name. The game is still in its development but the dev is making great progress as he is constantly adding more levels to keep you on your toes.
As the game is under continued development, feedback is much appreciated, whether it is for bugs or general feedback.
I made a new game for the Android Market. It’s an angry birds/crush the castle type game. Download the free version and rate me
You can find more information in the game thread.
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