Hammer Issue Please make the hammer a toggle tool so I can nail wood anyway I want, like flatly pressed together. I'm on the third level and I can't get the hammer to show up unless I create some outrageous angle, which is not realistic for a carpenter or engineer to nail. Very frustrating.
Good but not very good... Great game, but so many bugs: The game will force closed if the control panel was placed. The objects (wood planks, wheels etc.) will rapidly change its size when other objects was selected and placed. The simulation is unconsistent. The shock absorber button is missing. The metal bars cannot be overlapped. Nailed and wrenched objects are weak, meaning it is easily separated. And many more... The game is great, and I'm willing to have this game 5 stars. Please fix the bugs....
Good but... The hammer is hard to work with. It says I can use it, but as soon as I let go of the wood, the hammer icon disappears. It is really frustrating. If you can fix this problem, I will totally rate it 5 stars and buy the full version.
power This game consumes it and uses it to create some amazing physics. It's a puzzle slash sandbox game with loads of different mechanisms to toy with. I would suggest if there was a flag option that we could return to a mid point in sandbox mode. It would make doing experiments much more enjoyable.
SUPERB!!!! Wow! What can I say? Ever since I installed this game my little brother has stopped lighting his farts, which is an activity he enjoys immensely and which he used to spend much of his spare time doing. He now spends hour upon hour playing this game on my phone. I don't mind one bit since he is farting a lot less and no longer risks setting fire to the house. Mum's a lot happier too. She can invite her friends over for tea without fear of being embarrassed by my brother's rotten antics. Dad is stoked.
Makes you think. Challenging sometimes, and makes you think. You have to know what each thing does to do it correctly. Wish they had hints, by an object jiggling.
* Fixed a bug that caused some levels to "collapse"
* Better support for high density screens
* Experimental support for Android x86