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Kokabot

by Pixamark
Rated: All Ages

Price: $1.00
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Product Details



Product Features

  • Play this physics-based puzzle game on your Android device
  • Blast your way around to collect stars
  • Collect the stars with help from Kokabot

Product Description

Kokabot is a physics puzzle game. Blast your way through the world of Kokabot to collect all missing stars. Collect the stars by unlocking parts of the level with help from Kokabot.

Technical Details

Size: 2.9MB
Version: 2012.01.07
Developed By: Pixamark
Application Permissions: ( Help me understand what permissions mean )
  • Open network sockets
  • Access information about networks
Minimum Operating System: Android 1.5
Approximate Download Time: Less than 30 seconds

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The graphics, sound, controls, and game play are sub-par, though it is at least worth a buck. It tracks the number of moves and the time it takes to complete each level, but apparently for little reason. There are only 20 levels, and those won't last very long. The game has no documentation and no instructions. By the way, you don't have to start physically on the target ball... simply anywhere on the screen will yield the move.

One major concern is that it asks for internet access for no explained reason. This should raise a big red flag to you! Don't ever assume it is standard operating procedures for apps to ask for internet access. Protect yourself by asking each app that requests internet access if it actually has a meaningful need to access the internet. ;-)
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Regardless of the semi and negative reviews I decided to give the game a go. I noticed right away the supposed problem with the ball going the opposite way of where you pushed it but what people don't seem to understand is that your finger is basically a spring or rocket (whichever visual floats your boat :). when you pull or push you are setting the spring/rocket to propel AWAY from the direction you wanted it to go. this can get a bit annoying when you're trying to get into a tight spot and you hit the ball in that direction and it goes the opposite. but once you wrap your mind around that the gameplay is pretty fun. not the best but definitely worth the developer working on it some more.

I realize I put the 5SA on the title while only giving it a 4 but I thought 4 was a solid score. but I wanted the devs to realize that there ARE people out there who appreciate them aps out there as FAOTD and giving us a look at their work good or bad.
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I honestly have no idea what to say about this game. It's different, that much I do know. The graphics are very simplistic (as per the developers description) . But the game play is odd. The way you move the ball is the reverse of the way you want to move it (stroke down to go up, stroke left to go right). And it might be of help to have instructions on how to play. I had to guess.
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By Sam on April 23, 2012
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It's a cute game and the concept is simple yet addicting however, I'm glad I got it for free. I don't think it would be worth paying for.

Like someone else mentioned, the ball is too close to the bottom of the screen and I find myself constantly hitting the back or home arrows on the bottom of my phone and getting kicked out.

It really needs a tutorial or instruction page as well, took me a minute to figure out how to maneuver the ball around the puzzle.
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I have no bugs to report or such. This game works nice and smooth on my Kindle Fire. There aren't any instructions though, but the whole point of the game is to bounce around the little target ball and get all the stars you can. It's not bad, it does what it does, but I must say I got a tad bit bored after the fourth level.
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WilyDeject, you can swipe anywhere to get the ball to move, not just on the ball itself.
The controls of this game are not refined enough for the levels that require a more delicate or accurate touch. It feels like trying to arrange marbles with a bulldozer.
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Everything about this game is simple. Simple Physics Puzzle game. Simple to solve the puzzles. Simple to shoot the ball in the air. Simple controls (Just tap and drag) Super easy to finish the game in less than couple of hours.

The sound effects and music is terrible. Overall It is "OK" game considering it was free. It plays fine on Kindle fire. I am not going to complain as I got as a free app of the day. But It could have been much better if there were more levels added and some instructions how to play.

After some fiddling with the ball one can learn how to control the ball. BTW, There is really no need to track each and every move and count it towards your score as the ball may move up and down so many times during the game-play and counting all that moves towards your final score seems pointless especially when there is no predetermined moves set by the developer to match or play against.

For the price the developer must update with more levels and add some good instructions how to play for users who cannot seem to control the ball.

Bottom-line: It is okay game if offered for free but if I were to pay money for this I would expect 50+ levels and some better sound effects.

If you are paying for this game I would consider this game a 2 star product. - Not recommended until developer updates this game.
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This game's premise seems OK but it is totally aggravating to play. The control over the motion of the ball is simply very poor. Trying to get it to go where you want in level four and above is just by sheer luck in some cases. Combine that with mediocre graphics and an irritating sound track and you will quickly tire of this game.

There are no instructions on how to play the game and you only find out by experimenting that if you want the ball to go higher onto the screen you have to slam it downwards and not up!

Finally, why does such a simple game want access to my internet connection? Was an intrusive permission removed just for this release? I am always suspicious of apps that want access to items they do not need to operate. What is the hidden motive in asking for them in the first place?

This app needs more work and a lot of polish to be a better playing game!
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