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TCH: Coins Hunter Review Android Games

Coin hunt world game


TCH: Coins Hunter by [9-project] is a tilt based game that will make you say “Arrgh!!!”, either because you are really enjoying the pirate theme or because you are stuck on a very challenging level. If you’ve just completed Labyrinth and are ready to take on a new challenge or have bought your first phone with an accelerometer and want to test it out, Coins Hunter is definitely the game you are looking for.

As you may have already guessed the object of the game is to collect coins. Sounds simple enough right? Well, it is the first few levels, but then you learn that you can only collect coins of a certain color with a ball of the same color. Other difficulties include limited time, attracting and repelling magnets, crawling beetles, teleporting vortexes, ball color changing paint stains, walls made of breakable glass bubbles and just tricky situations based on coin and ball colors.

The game has beautifully drawn level backgrounds, great graphics and animations. It also sounds great thanks to the spot-on sounds and a catchy soundtrack. The gameplay is smooth and the physics are very accurate. That allows you to “feel” the ball and complete the hardest tasks. You can always recalibrate using the options which are accessible from the main menu and even during gameplay. Don’t be greedy and leave the vibration on as it will bring the game to life.

Not everybody has the steady hands of a brain surgeon or the patience of a Buddhist monk, so it’s OK if you get stuck on some level. Just remember that it’s not your phones fault and smashing it won’t do any good. Practice makes perfect. Once you complete the last 2 of 15 levels available in the lite version your ego will make you hungry for more. Luckily, the paid version has 100 levels, no ads and will only set you back $1.9.

Fruit Ninja Review Android Games

Fruit Ninja [by Halfbrick Studios] is genuinely beautiful casual game with simple yet addictive game-play. Your game will take the role of Ninja in this game, slicing various juicy fruits as they appear on the screen in 3D. It was recently brought to android platform and is insanely popular.

There are two modes to play, Zen and Classic. In Zen mode you have 90 seconds and in that time you need to slice as much fruit as possible and get as much points for that. Slashing 3 or more fruits at once doubles your points. In classic time doesn’t matter, what matter is precision – you have bombs flying around you don’t want to slice – also if you miss 3 fruits, you are over!

Execution of the game is quite nice, it’s 3D graphics are beautiful and smooth. Background music is what you may expect – relaxing Asian tunes. The game navigation is given more charm by adding slicing elements into it; for example to chose game mode you need to slice appropriate fruit.

The game also features rich achievements scheme, where for certain actions you get rewarded with a badge. This is worth mentioning because social layer of this game is present with OpenFeint and you can compete with your friends to see who scores higher and gets most achievements. With achievements you unlock new blades and backgrounds which you can change in Dojo.

Overall the game looks and feels great, and deserve the attention it is getting on various platforms. For $0.99 you get to have great mini time killer and show-off material on your Droid.

What I Like:

  • Addictive casual game
  • Beautiful graphics and execution
  • Different blades and backgrounds

What I dislike:

  • The game-play while nice, could get a little more action and variety. But it could be coming with new game mode.


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