Trash Flow - Play With Your Garbage
This app scores a very impressive five out of five stars from customers who can't get enough of the addictive game-play, hundreds of levels to work through, and even the cute graphics on the game board.
April 16, 2014 (Newswire.com) -
Rene Blaauboer, "The prominent app developer", has announced his second app "Trash flow - Dumpster Spill Mania". The Trash Flow app for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch allows users to have a little fun with their trash as they find the matches to link them together. This puzzle-based game will have test thinking skills and IQ in order to solve the puzzle and clear the level. There are some rather easy-to-understand rules to follow that in turn make the game pretty darn challenging.
It's hard to believe when someone first take a look at this app that it will actually challenge users' IQ but that's exactly what ends up happening. User is trying to find matches with the trash to form a link and dispose of them. However where the challenge lays is that user can overlap or cross the lines so he really have to think these puzzles through. As user complete a puzzle, will be able to move on to the next one that will offer an even harder. Just as user start to feel confident in his abilities he'll be given a new puzzle to solve that seems near impossible.
This app scores a very impressive five out of five stars from customers who can't get enough of the addictive game-play, hundreds of levels to work through, and even the cute graphics on the game board. There are all kinds of other items that appear on the game board as well that users love because it adds yet another element of interest here. The app is free to play but player can purchase five hints for $0.99. He may find this necessary as he advance through the levels.
"There are a number of game features worth pointing out here such as the fact that there are hundreds of free levels to play. There are also 10 board sizes. If you manage to work through all of the free puzzles you can purchase more level packs. There is a time trial mode that offers 20 different types of challenge. The one negative that is noticeable immediately is the overwhelming amount of pop-up ads that really get in the way.
Game-play is very simple so you won't need a tutorial. Simply match up the images without crossing or overlapping the lines. The top of the screen shows your number of moves, your best score, and the amount of trash flows you need to link up." Says Mr. Rene.
The game is available of App store free of cost. The user can download it from below link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/trash-flow-dumpster-spill/id762914053?mt=8
Rene Blaauboer is an enthusiastic app developer. He has developed two games for iPhone and iPad still. "Bug Rush" is already on App Store and getting popularity day by day. His motto to provide more mindgames for players and sharpen their skills with new type of puzzles.
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