Fancy a crack at a physics puzzler app but have a fear of irritable avians? Want to grab a bit of gratuitous gravity based gameplay but have no wish to harm ham? Then you’re in luck because here’s an alternative to the angry with real balls…
To be brutally honest – and why would we lie to you anyway? – we here at the home of all things Android love a bit of Angry Birds; and Cut the Rope; and Where’s My Water?; and Where’s My Perry?; and, well, you get the general idea. Yes, with an innate love of knocking stuff over with other stuff, Blosics was always going to appeal to us but, up against the likes of Rovio and Disney’s devs, would Blosics stand a chance of stacking up?
Firstly in its favour, Blosics is original – here you use a variety of balls, each alive and imbued with its own abilities, to knock down increasingly intricate arrangements of equally animated and individual blocks. How you do this is entirely up to you, using either the Classic or Alterative shooting style to fire your balls into the blocks. Stop sniggering at the back.
Colourful and always creative, the physics simulation is bang on the money, gameplay smooth as a velvet-skinned Nigel Havers, and the challenges constantly fresh, even across four different ‘episodes’ comprised of a generous 120 levels.
THE BOTTOM LINE
A world of pure physics puzzle entertainment, Blosics offers an excellent alternative or addition to your ‘knocking stuff over’ gaming options. If there were one criticism it would be that there are perhaps too many ads, but then for an app of this quality costing no-pence, we’ll deal with it!