Leap On! - casual Android arcade with intuitive control and dynamic gameplay from the studio Noodlecake Studios Inc. After launching the application, the user will see the playing field, inside of which is a dark figure with a multiplier of game points, around which all kinds of obstacles are chaotically located, and in the upper part our protagonist is a miniature globular ball. The main task is to earn the maximum number of points, for which it is necessary to move the main character clockwise, knocking down obstacles to them, from which it will ricochet. However, the most difficult thing in all of this is to prevent the protagonist from coming into contact with the two-colored spheres, since for him it is like death. With the gaming nuances of the gamer familiarize themselves with the learning process, in principle, there is nothing complicated with proper dexterity and attentiveness. For the passage of each complete circle in the playing field, the multiplier increases its value, that is, the player receives for successful actions the number of points multiplied by several times. Therefore, it makes sense, as long as possible to be on the field - in this case, the records will not take long to wait. Reinforcements and bonuses are also present, they give the protagonist some time invulnerability, increase the speed of movement and the range of jumps. Gameplay Leap On! Is designed in a way that causes real addiction. The only downside is the monotony of the surrounding background, but this is more than offset by smooth animation and stylish music. And one-touch control allows you to play the arcade even the smallest gamers.
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