Hidden in the wilds of the tropical thickets is the ancient temple of the ancient deity in the Temple Rumble project : Afroball for the Android platform has remained untouched for many centuries - even the aborigines were forbidden to look there and trample on the settled sacred peace. And so it went on until the miniature idol was kidnapped by unknown vandals. The missing detail can lead the whole world to a global catastrophe, and only an unnamed boy with a hairdo of the kind of Angela Davis, can bring everything back into place. Of course, it is up to you to manage the protagonists! The main task is to go through many levels (about three dozen in total) and return to the temple a small statuette. The project Temple Rumble: Afroball starts quietly enough and without excessive forewords - even the plot remains unknown to gamers. And consequently to understand numerous nuances and details it is required on short notes and the text inserts found out during gameplay. With this question, I must say, the guys from Mars 1982 Ltd coped perfectly well - through special tablets the user will easily understand where and how to jump, what active activities to use, what to pay special attention to. Research, meanwhile, will only have a couple of three screen buttons - the main place for the authors is left under the decorations, from which remains a pleasant aftertaste and a sense of the integrity of everything that is happening.
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