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Let's Break Stuff! Premium

by Psychic Software
Rated: All Ages

Price: $1.99
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
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  • Open network sockets
  • Access information about networks
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Latest Updates

What's new in version 1.3.15
  • Reduced load on server during custom level upload/download

Product Details



Product Features

  • Smash plates, glasses and pottery with your slingshot
  • Over 40 realistic sound effects
  • High resolution 3D graphics
  • Physics-controlled
  • Share and download new levels!

Product Description

The popular slingshot game where you smash up plates, glasses and crockery. Fully 3D and physics controlled, with lots of fun sound effects. High-score tables and 18 hand-built levels (with more to come later!) and a level editor after completing 4 levels, so you can design your own levels and download lots more made by other players! HD graphics quality.

Everyone likes to break stuff!
It's more fun than getting angry with birds, tossing paper or knocking cans!

keywords: slingshot, slingshot game, 3d slingshot, angry birds, 3d physics, physics sandbox, can knockdown, paper toss, crush the castle

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"Let's face it - there is something about shooting off a slingshot and breaking things that is just plain old fun... overall this is a great time killer and an awesome way to vent out some daily frustration" -- www.crackberry.com

"Visuals are all rendered in 3D with plenty of sound effects and scenes ... a good stress reliever for when you feel like just breaking stuff ... a neat little game" -- droidgamers.com

Technical Details

Size: 18.6MB
Version: 1.3.15
Developed By: Psychic Software
Application Permissions: ( Help me understand what permissions mean )
  • Open network sockets
  • Access information about networks
  • Access the vibration feature
  • PowerManager WakeLocks to keep processor from sleeping or screen from dimming
  • Read only access to device state
  • Write to external storage
Minimum Operating System: Android 2.2
Approximate Download Time: Less than 3 minutes

Customer Reviews

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I stopped at the end of level 7, and I'll tell you why in a moment. In a nutshell, though, the game has promise and can be made into a decent app with some critical attention by the developer.

The Good:
Great physics engine and beautifully constructed levels using a gorgeous 3D engine with superb lighting effects and awesome textures.

The Bad:
# The aiming is difficult and non-intuitive, partly because the slingshot's placement on the screen isn't put where I'd expect it.
# Ironically, despite using a sophisticated 3D engine, there is a lack of distance perspective in each of the levels, which means that the only way to determine the distance from the slingshot to the target is rough guesstimation.
# Nice sound, but the inclusion of an ambient music track really would have put this app within reach of being considered a good quality, professional app. It is a simple thing to do, and would greatly enhance the experience.

The Really Bad:
I told you above that I stopped playing it after level 7, which is where the troubling network permission reared its ugly head. As soon was the level was finished, a garish full screen ad to "download a free game" assaults the user. There is just one button: a large green "Okay" button that, when pressed, abruptly dumps you out of the game and into the Google App Play store to the screen of some strange game.
The permissions are fairly bad, and here is a good example of why you should question a game's desire for internet access.

In all, it is worth a few download, but the developer has his work cut out for him. It is a beautiful game marred by user interface issues, game play problems, and some customer abuse, all of which should be easily fixed with some diligent work.
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The idea is nice, it may get boring after a while. I only played three levels as it was frustrating. It is hard to place your slingshot, hard to aim up and down, hard to judge distance, and pulling back is too sensitive so hard to get it just right. Not to mention you have to get 100% breakage before you can go to the next level. I broke everything but didn't get 100% because part of a glass was left. You only get about five shots to try for what may be five targets, remember I only went to level 3. So too hard too fast. Just not fun. Also the game is slow in calculating your damage, so you have to wait for that.

Just not ready for prime time. Needs a lot more tweaking.
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By M. Bischoff on December 30, 2012
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As others said, the aiming in this game is awful. The slingshot appears randomly when you put your finger on the screen. Never know where the ball is going to go. The graphics are pretty subpar, especially for a game they're charging $1.99 normally for. Skip this.
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I know its not relevant to app performance but if your going to make money in the android ecosystem you should take the time to make new pics with something other than an Apple product. What that says to us is this " I made this app for iOS and now ported it over to your crappy android OS and its not worth the time to make new pics. They won't notice!"

We are not second class to apple and we are noticing.
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Not sure which came first, and it really doesn't matter -- but Ceramic Destroyer easily destroys this app. There's no depth or 3D perspective like this one, but then, Ceramic Destroyer is actually fun. Break Stuff is just too rudimentary and needs a lot of work. The controls are real quirky. The aim is very difficult to get used to, probably because of the 3 dimensional graphics. But more than that, the just isn't refined enough. Programming apps is a lot of work, and in the end, I just don't think it's worth the effort to bring this app the whole distance it needs to go to be worthwhile. It's entertaining for about 2 minutes, and then it's just a waste of time. This app had a lot of promise, but IMO, was released before it was ready, and NEVER should have been a free app of the day before it was truly complete. Maybe then it would have stood a chance. I applaud the effort though; even though it doesn't play well, I know a lot of work went into this.
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I don't know what all the fuss over shoddy controls is about because I didn't have a problem at all. Aiming is quite simple. it doesn't need directions because you just break stuff with a sling shot, end of story. Good time waster.

I don't care for a couple of the permissions but that's ok, I can turn my WiFi off. I only give it 4 stars due to the permissions that I'm not convinced are absolutely necessary to enjoy the game.
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The 3d is just a gimmick and makes the game hard to play. They probably would be better off going 2d and as a side scroller to destroy stuff like angry birds. The 3d just gets in the way of the gameplay.

Might be better if they had a fixed point for the launcher rather then having you guess where you need to set the launcher and then guessing the angle to hit the target.
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Ok 3d graphics, but the slingshot placement is variable, so I couldn't determine the angle or distance to the target. I couldn't get the slingshot to fire the same way twice even when it seems it was placed in the same location as the prior shot. Very frustrating game.
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