Round Case - a complex Android arcade from the guys from SparkleFly Apps, the gameplay of which is focused on checking not only the excellent reaction of the gamer, but also on the stability of his nervous system, since you will have to lose almost constantly - hardcore on the face. In this case, often we will find ourselves in desperate situations that can not be corrected, or we will not have the slightest opportunity to correct it - only to restart the level. This is particularly enrages, but it spurs on new achievements and record results worthy of a global rating. The meaning of the game process is to throw the miniature sphere as high as possible. In this case, the protagonist jumps on his own, we still have to look for a point for his successful landing. The role of these points is performed by platforms of different sizes and colors. In this case, their coloring is not accidental, it depends on it a set of available parameters. So, the platforms of bard color are static and the sphere freely flies through them in the direction from the bottom up, and in the top down the sphere, on the contrary, bounces off from these partitions. The blue platforms sweep along the level at the same speed in the horizontal projection. Getting a ball in them is quite difficult, but sometimes you can not do without it - they are the main opportunity to achieve the desired game goal. The most harmful can rightfully be considered violet platforms - after contact with the sphere they disappear, and you can get into them only by flying from any side.
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