Bottle Flip Challenge 3 - the next part of the popular game series from the studio Milux, which copies the gameplay and mechanics of the more "ancient" mobile project. The gameplay of this application is simple and understandable, like "five kopecks" - it is necessary to perform a snipe on a bottle, after which it will turn over, successfully landing on the bottom. That is, at each stage of the user the same task is waited - to execute an effective trick a certain quantity of times, watching, that the object, having made revolution, always accepted an initial position. If you think that this is "easier than a steam turnip", then you are deeply mistaken, because even a finger shift at the moment of svaypa per millimeter will lead to the bottle lying on its side, and this should not be allowed. A variety of levels is given only by a change in packaging, for example, it could be a bottle of wine, a jar of energy, a baby bottle with a pacifier, and so on, with this point the developers were not too lazy to use their creativity in full. And the differences are not only in appearance, because each bottle has its own weight, and therefore behaves in the process of somersaults is unique and at times very unusual. Difficulties are added by the timer, counting down the seconds before the end of the attempt. Graphically, the project Bottle Flip Challenge 3 is designed simply luxuriously, the creators used a vast range of colors, each element has its own marking and detailed drawing.
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