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Clobbr

de Czarcade

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Langues prises en charge : Anglais

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Caractéristiques du produit

  • A single, simple mechanic that anyone can pick up on in seconds!
  • 20-second levels ensure you'll always have time to play a quick round
  • No words used during gameplay-puzzles are designed to teach as you play
  • No consequences for failure-replay as many times as you need
  • Fun for the whole family!

Description du produit

Our little monster needs your help! Stop that pesky cat, find the hidden cheese, and save the mice!

Contains precious, adorable mild violence.

- Swipe rows of rocks, ice blocks, trampolines, mouse traps and more to create a chain-reaction of tools and powerups. Do it correctly and you'll send the rock toward the cat, bonking him on the head and freeing the mice!

- Special items will help you through the game's 100 puzzles: catapults, bowling balls and even portals!

- Bonus cheese! Each puzzle contains 3 hidden pieces of cheese. This makes your mouse friends even happier and increases your score!

- No actual direct violence! The monster's hammer never comes in contact with anything except the stump. And the kitty always gets back up for another round!

Clobbr is perfect for fun, casual play. Waiting for the bus? Have some extra time on your lunch break? Sounds like a perfect time to play a few levels of Clobbr!

* Awarded Indie Prize Best in Show at Casual Connect SF, 2013

Line up those blocks! Clobber that kitty! Free those mice!

Détails techniques

Taille : 27,2MB
Version : 1.0
Développé par : Czarcade
Autorisations d'application : ( Aidez-moi à comprendre ce que les autorisations signifient )
  • Ouvrir les ports du réseau
  • Accéder aux informations sur les réseaux
Système d'exploitation minimal : Android 2.3
Temps de téléchargement approximatif : Moins de 4 minutes

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Si à première vue le gameplay est original, très vite, la musique qui boucle sans arrêt et les 20 secondes du timer vous casseront toute envie de continuer le jeu.

Pour jouer occasionnellement 30 secondes ou une minute de temps en temps (littéralement).
Anglophobes : aucun problème, l'histoire est encore plus simple qu'Angry Birds et est racontée avec des dessins (tout comme le tutoriel).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Simple Beat the Clock Brain Puzzler 14 mai 2014
Par James N Simpson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a pretty simple game, basically you've got 20 seconds to work out a path for a rock to journey under the dirt over a grid of 5 deep and wide stones to knock out a cat who is attacking your rodent friends. The more time on the clock left if you trigger the blue monster to swing the mallet the more stars you'll get. The blue monster will automatically bang his mallet into the stump triggering the boulder once twenty seconds is up. The game is pretty easy, the challenge of it is to work out the correct path and switch the positions of the objects before the clock counts down. Warning numbers appear as a sort of watermark when there's only a few seconds left. If the clock was removed as some other reviewers have wished for, it'd pretty much be a play once app, as you'd fly though all 100 levels in no time at all. It's the pressure of the clock that means flying through it to the end isn't as easy at it first seems. There are 20 levels in each world (basically a different backdrop but a few world's introduce a different type of obstacle that makes the boulder react in a new different way. It's a bit of trial of error the first time you encounter something new but that adds to the fun of it all. The first level of each world is pretty much a tutorial one as it is pretty easy so you'll get it in one or two gos anyway. Like all these sort of brainteaser puzzle games the challenge gets more difficult the higher the level in each world. It'd be a little kids game if it never got harder. There's 5 worlds so 100 levels all together. You can straight away play the first level of each of the five worlds. Once you'd won one level as long as you've achieved enough cheese along the way (across all worlds) the next two are unlocked as well. Meaning if you're particularly stuck on one level and don't feel like playing it over and over again at the moment in time you can play a couple of other levels instead.

The cheese you need to unlock is done by a the boulder as it smashes it's way along the path so sometimes the fastest (or simplest path) isn't always the best one to do. You can replay completed levels to get the higher cheese stockpile. The music is pretty simple and gets drowned out by your own music anyway if you've got an album playing or something while playing. Graphics are pretty simple but important for animal lovers they are child cartoon like so the cat recovers from the knockout before you move on to the next level.

I've found I play this the most during TV commercial breaks as I know each attempt will be over in 20 seconds anyway. It's a simple game of observation and predicting outcomes. Best to think about where you want the boulder to be to get the cat and work backwards. You can also play this app when not connected to Wi-Fi.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Getting CLOBBR'd by the Game Timer 8 mai 2014
Par Tinfoot - Publié sur Amazon.com
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CLOBBR certainly has the right kid's game elements - minimal permissions, Kirby-esque graphics, simple gameplay, decent music, ZERO outside web linkings (and that's the big one). Lacking an option to turn off the 20 second timer (or at least extend it), however, drags it down. I do have the flu, and it is early in the morning, but I only had 2 seconds left on level THREE. As for the "violence", a fluffy looking pillow creature pounding a stump, causing a rock to follow down the path, knocking the cat on the noggin. I am lumping that with the timer issue for minus 1 star- the designers could have made it a cage being knocked down, eliminating all physical violence, but it is minor compared to 97% of the shows on Cartoon Network.

Ya, short review, but in all, this game has its heart in the right place, and I am sure it will find a place on many folk's Android devices. Just not mine, at least not till I am over this flu.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Easy at first, but gets very difficult pretty quickly 9 mai 2014
Par J. Chambers - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Think of pachinko, except there's only one ball and you can control where it drops. That's what Clobbr reminded me of. The first level is a sort of visual tutorial, and that's all the help you get, but it's pretty easy to figure out. I got through 7 levels in World 1, and I played the first level in World 2, but it was getting too difficult by then because of the 20-second timer. The first few levels were simple enough to complete in the allotted time, but it got increasingly difficult to figure a path through the stones with time running out.

I would have enjoyed the game a lot more if there were degrees of difficulty you could choose, with the easier modes having more time on the clock or having a casual mode with no timer.
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not bad if you like to think. 30 juillet 2014
Par E. Lee - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Hate is a really strong word.

Clobbr is a game where you arrange rows of arrows to "clobber" the bad guy at the bottom of the screen. It's a good puzzle game and entertaining. After a few levels, you start to wonder how they can make it more challenging and they do, but it's to the point of just frustration.

Personally, I like games where you can somewhat mindlessly play a round or two and then be on your merry way. This does require some thought.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Would have been a good kid's game BUT gets too difficult too quickly 8 mai 2014
Par R2 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In this game, you strike a wooden stump which sends a rock down a path you create by swiping the rows left or right to line up the arrows. It consists of five worlds with 20 levels each.

There are no troubling permissions other than network, which wasn't necessary; the game worked just fine without network access.

It does include a tutorial in the first level, which really is all you need, as it is quite obvious what new elements do in the game, such as diagonal arrows, trampolines, and mousetraps. Seriously, the one-level tutorial is plenty.

PROBLEMATIC GAME PLAY:
It's a rather cute game for the first five or six leisurely levels, and then suddenly gets brutally difficult. As an adult, I started having significant difficulty around level 11, and by the time I got to level 17 it was nearly impossible to finish within 20 seconds, requiring several replays.

This might do well for some older kids, but the appeal of the game for younger children will mean that they will get frustrated quickly, as will parents who buy this thinking it is a game for youngsters.

A simple fix would bring this to four or five star level: add an option to disable the timer, and/or let the user choose how much time to allot. Simple and yet very effective.

Another issue is that the user cannot skip a level. If you are stuck, well, you are stuck until you repeat it over and over. This is a quick path to app abandonment. If the dev wants happy gamers, then the app needs to allow people to skip or jump over levels.

The game does keep score, but it is more like an afterthought than a game mechanic. I suppose someone may wish to try to beat their scores, but I don't see that as a big replay appeal. Neither is finding all the cheese.

It's a nice game, with a lot of appeal for children and the occasional adult. However, the difficulty rating is challenging for experienced adults, so for these reasons I can't give it above a three-star rating just yet.

SUMMARY: While it is the FAOTD, grab it. Otherwise, wait until the developer makes changes suitable for his target audience by either making it for adults or making it for kids. Right now, it doesn't work for either.
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