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Tilt Your Way to Glory with RocknBall for Android
Who isn’t a fan of traditional labyrinth style games? Similar to the classic games of yesteryear, XDA forum member myp3uk has created a remake of the classic original in stunning fully-3D graphics. In this accelerometer-controlled game, you simply tilt and turn your way to the finish line, while avoiding black holes and overcoming exciting obstacles. Making matters even sweeter for those of us lucky enough to be running Honeycomb, this game is fully optimized for large screened devices.
In the words of the developer:
Let me introduce my new game for our Android devices – RocknBall.
RocknBall – Roll the ball to the finish if you can!
Goal of the game is to roll a Ball through Labyrinth to the finish without falling into Black Holes and break through barriers like boxes,barrels,bottles etc.
Simple and Funny ball running game in 3D.
To control the ball just tilt your device.
If you find a bug or problem, please send me an email or post in this thread
Be sure to continue on to the original thread to get your game on! Be sure to leave your comments or questions in the thread while you’re at it, as the developer is looking for any feedback.
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