Super Tumble [by Camel Games] is another physics game from these guys. I’m starting to like these developers because Super Tumble turned out great. It has cleverly stacked Tetris-like blocks that explode when touched. So you’re both entertained and using your brain at the same time. It’s fun to play, but be careful because it gets addictive.
The aim of this game is to explode the blocks in a way that will make the star fall on the platform. The star is balanced by a rotating gear in the center, so itâ€™s not very easy to knock over. You can destroy only one block at a time. Pick your blocks carefully, if you choose wrong the construction will collapse and the star will fall off the edge.
The game is drawn in an old western, mechanical, junkyard style which looks awesome. Reminds me of the movie Wild Wild West. Some sounds will confirm this description. The gameplay is smooth thanks to the simple graphics that actually look pretty good. Too bad there is no soundtrack, I guess Iâ€™ll have to download some country songs for my phone.
There are 12 levels in the demo version and each level has something new to offer. You have your wooden blocks, glass blocks, exploding blocks and even blocks tied to balloons, so the game doesnâ€™t get repetitive. If you get really good at this game, which shouldnâ€™t take too long, you can compete with other players thanks to the online high score table.
Super Tumble is one of the games I will keep playing even after the review is published. At only $1.99 I will definitely be checking out the full version with 90 levels. Some quotes from comments left by people who got the full version:
â€œI enjoy this more than Angry Birdsâ€¦â€
â€œWorks great on my phoneâ€¦â€
â€œStuck on level 65 for days it is killing meâ€¦â€ï»¿