There are a lot of these types of games in the play store, but this one stands out for being simple, pretty, and ad free. Thank you for that! 2 suggestions: make it easier to aim (maybe by letting us choose whether to aim by pulling back or pointing forward) and allow us to speed up the balls when they get stuck in a loop.
16 people found this review helpful
It's fine. Basically an upside-down freeware version of Holedown (which itself was kind of a riff on Orbital). No ads, which is yay. In-app purchases consist of themes which…fine. Support the dev, basically. Nothing wrong with that. I'm disappointed by the size of the play area relative to the discs. There's just a lot of unused space, and it feels really cramped. Also found the controls unintuitive compared to those other (paid) apps. But it's free, and not shovelware. Worth a look.
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Update: Still don't love the "mis-click and you'll get an ad for premium" UI, but the added "Disable Animations" setting helps a lot with the comfort level of the 2.0 release. Not against paid apps or paying devs at all, just not a huge fan of "pay to win" (extra power up slot) and premium ads on both the new game screen and in every game.
10 people found this review helpful
June 7, 2022
Yes, the new features, which were highly requested by many users, took me multiple months to implement, so I’m charging a one-time cost to access them. Please note that all features from the base v1 game are still free to play with no ads, so nothing about the free game has changed. I’m sorry if you find this disagreeable but devs need to eat, too.