Xpandaballs is a fun, creative, and interesting new game that is a good time-passer, but not extremely addicting as the description claims.
The game runs very smoothly, packing good graphics and a simple presentation. The controls are extremely simple and can be learned in about 30 seconds.
The sounds when the balls bounce off the edges of the screen are cool, especially with the graphics of those spherical objects exploding. But alas, the built in music when the game is running is downright annoying. I could not stand to listen to it.
Due to the horrific built-in music I attempted to play my iPod while playing the game. You cannot. Luckily, one can turn off the built-in music which induced much relief into my tortured ears.
Xpandaballs contains a local and global high scores system which is a neat feature.
Also, different difficulty levels can be chosen based on the gamer’s experience.
Xpandaballs will keep you entertained the next time you are in a long line or when it seems like an eternity before your food arrives at a restaurant.
This game is worth the 99 cents price tag. Xpandaballs can be purchased on the App Store.
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