Great idea..but always crashes Good idea. Always forces close (galaxy s3). Sort out the problem and will be 5 stars untill then its un-usable.
Should be compatible with more devices before release I was disappointed to learn that this game is only half compatible with my Acer Iconia Tab A1-810. Back camera 5MP 2592x1944 with Geo-tagging video Android OS, v4.2 (Jelly Bean) Chipset Mediatek MT8125 CPU Quad-core 1.2 GHz; A great gaming device. Cost me 200cdn. Not the best tablet but certainly not a POS. When this game is loaded I can see the title screen, and when I begin game I can see all game buttons, and I can drive Sphero 2 using the application. Everything works as expected except I cannot see any zombies or the red indicator around Sphero. No Fireballs either, even though the button to shoot them displays and fires correctly. A major disappointment. My device should be more than enough to play this game. Please fix.
Sorry 😢 I love my sphero and all the apps, but sadly this didn't work AT ALL. I couldn't even open it. Sorry for the bad review. This is a Samsung galaxy S4 btw. Trying to reinstall now.. UPDATE I tried to reinstall like you said and it still doesn't work. Plz fix 😯
Fun game It's a fun game. The only problem is it seems to get confused easily with which object Sphero actually is. At first it was Christmas lights, which fine, that makes sense, but then the corner of a shipping bag? Not so fine. Still, very clever and enjoyable!
Worst game EVER I've had this game for almost a year and I've NEVER gotten the opportunity to play it because it always crashes. Please fix this, along with all your other games. You've got work to do Oribtix.
Is there future scope to make this compatible with BB-8 If so, then I would definitely give 5*
• Now includes a user guide that explains how to play.
• Turns on Auto-Heading-Adjust that senses your movement and compensates for you turning your body in relation to Sphero.
• Fixes crashes on a few more devices.
Note: Those asking for Nexus 7 tablet support: we would love to support that particular device once it comes equipped with a rear facing camera.