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Save the Egg

by Polyclef Software LLC

Price: $1.69
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Product Features

  • Enjoy a fun physics-based puzzler
  • Build clever structures to protect an egg from destruction
  • Test your skills through 30 unique levels

Product Description

Save the Egg is a fun physics puzzler that involves an egg under the threat of destruction. Your task is to save it by building clever structures. Construct ramps, levers, protective casings--whatever your imagination can dream up, to keep the egg from breaking. Test your skills through 30 unique levels.

Technical Details

Size: 5.3MB
Version: 1.03
Developed By: Polyclef Software LLC
Application Permissions: ( Help me understand what permissions mean )
  • Access the vibration feature
  • Write to external storage
Minimum Operating System: Android 1.5
Approximate Download Time: Less than 1 minute

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By J. Chambers HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on January 22, 2012
Verified Purchase
I installed "Save the Egg" on my Kindle Fire. The concept is pretty simple. The idea is to build structures from wood and rubber planks that will protect an egg as it falls from a height. The description says it's a "physics puzzler." If so, the egg is obeying some strange physical laws, since each bounce off a rubber plank gets higher and higher, which is not realistic.

The game play is simple enough. You drag a rubber or wood plank from a sidebar and adjust the length and the angle of inclination. What the tutorial fails to mention is that the planks don't stay where you place them - they fall as soon as the egg starts to drop.

I could mention the other issues I have with the game, but suffice to say that I tried to like the game, but it's just unplayable, and I had no heart to try wading through thirty levels of frustration.

Save your money.
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