Start pouring away to experience this special sand piling on your screen!
"Even the least creative can become an artist." -MNloon22
"Incredibly calming, and rather entertaining too." -Hetalian Otaku
"This is the perfect anti stress app for a mind with a creative itch." -Scarlet Camellia
"I was feeling anxious and stressed and after finishing one piece on Thisissand I felt so much better. It really is like being hypnotised!" -Violetlove
"My crush talked to me because of this. I was playing during class and she asked what this app was called. It made my year 😉👏" -SK8MONKEY288
Based on the original "falling sand" game, this little time-waster lets you draw different elements and watch them interact. Set things on fire, grow a garden, create elaborate set-ups. Most elements can be set to either draw or emit by pressing again on the palette.
The interface is minimal to free up canvas space, but elements names are shown on selection and there are basic instructions and element descriptions when you press "?".
This free version offers 19 elements, of which 13 can also emit (aka "spouts") by selecting them twice.
- Water / Spout
- Plant / Weed
- Fire / Torch
- Sand / Sand spout
- Oil / Oil spout
- Salt / Salt spout
- Methane / Methane spout
- Lava / Lava spout
- Steam / Steam spout
- Nitro / Nitro spout
- Napalm / Napalm spout
- Gunpowder / Gunpowder spout
- Detonating cord
- Cement / Cement spout
Purchase the premium version to get 8 more elements (+4 emitters):
* Thermite / Thermite spout
* Plutonium / Plutonium spout
* Ice / Ice source
* Fireworks / Fireworks spout
Highly optimized to run very smooth on most devices.
1 GHz ARMv7 device.
BubblePOP can be used to:
- Relax more*
- Stress Reliever*
- All of above*
You only need to start the application and you are good to go. You get 20 bubbles to pop, nice huh? But you know what, they'll respawn after a little while, for infinite FREE bubble-popping fun! If you don't pop them, the bubbles will shake, which is a symbol of your stress level because you haven't popped them down yet and definitely not because that is just how physics work when moving in closed space.
So don't miss out on the world's latest immersive game of a lifetime**.
*Has not actually been tested.
** This is definitely not just a cheaply made prototype.