All puzzle lovers, listen up! In Woolcraft you will find the most adorable sheep to command, but before you do, you will have too make some changes to their world.
You have to dig and search for stones that you can use to build bridges over water, find seeds and plant them so they grow to bushes so the sheep will stop to eat and you really need a plan to do all of it.
Woolcraft is easy from the beginning, as a puzzle game should, when you start with the 6o tutorial levels.
The catch is that you soon will handle more sheep and you can’t move them individually; say right and they will all go right, even if that direction will end in the water and they die. With the games over 200(!) levels it is good that you can retry them over and over again until you have all sheep saved at the waiting shepherd.
The puzzles have a nice mix, so even if you are playing in the later (read harder) levels sometimes a easy one suddenly shows up.
With so much to solve it is also nice that the game have a level editor so you can rest for a while and try to make your own levels and perhaps challenge a friend or two. The graphics are great, there are sheep you will love, a singing shepherd to enjoy and finally puzzles that seems to go on forever – just get it!
This game is surprisingly fun. You may think, a game tied to a license like SpongeBob will be tied down by horrible design, development and implementation. Lack of time, lack of interest and license mandates have a knack of getting directly in the way of the game’s success. And that’s why Marbles & Slides is surprising; it’s a really good game. SpongeBob Marbles and Slides is one of my son’s favorite games. This game can be very educational also because SpongeBob character is very familiar to children. I highly Recommend this game for anybody with sons or daughters or anyone wishing to have fun!
This game was produced in a 24-hour period, pretty amazing for a game quickly made, but this fun. Note that this is not some bland fart app with a red ball. Red Ball of Goo is a puzzle game set to grab your addiction at full. The only goal of this game is to collect all the balls with your red goo circle without causing it to fall. Sounds easy? Well try! Once all the purple balls are gathered, you must make it to the exit hoop. There are only two controls for this game, which is right or left. Again, sounds like walk in the park? Well, give it a try!
New and improved for the iPad, it’s much more fun than the iPhone version if that was even possible. With the large screen for iPad, the focus level when playing is greater. If you found doodle jump hard to control in iPhone, you will find it easier to control in iPad. It is known to everyone that Doodle Jump is very addictive and they are right. My children are playing this game over and over again. It’s very cute to see them play this game because they are the size of the iPad. Well, happy jumping!