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Lumiappaday #131: Frog Sling demoed on the Nokia Lumia 800

| March 25, 2012 | Reply

 

Frog sling is a frog catapulting game where you have to throw your frog into a bucket. It sounds very basic and fortunately the game actually has a lot of variety as you proceed through the levels (as shown in the video). Each level has a set criteria of how many frogs you need to successfully fling. You might have to throw the frogs in different boxes, the boxes might be moving, you might even have to hit a hive and catch some bees/wasps and possibly quite some more.

The game control requires you to pick up a frog, and drag it to the sling shot. As you pull back you can hear that stretching sound. Let go to fire the frog. As you’re aiming, you have a little dots showing you where the frog would end up.

#131)  Frog Sling

Price: Free

Link: http://www.windowsphone.com/en-US/apps/c0ded648-5e56-48a4-bd6f-3abe10ffc114

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Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUxF3WkM5kw

Developer Blurb:

Update 1.2:

Hotfix: Update 1.1 accidentally unlocked all levels

 

Update 1.1:

– fixed level 21

– fixed games ending

– updated credits

– added ads to gameplay (sorry guys, but I have kids to feed 🙂 )

– prepared the game for adding more levels in episodes

 

 

Prepare yourself for some frog action!

In this game you do just one thing: Shoot frogs with a sling.

Frog Sling features 30 levels full of fun. Fire 4 different kinds of frogs at the targets to score. Challenge wind, storks, lightnings and a lot more of obstacles.

 

If you master a level with brilliance you get a level star. Collect 5 of them to unlock a level.

 

Please report feedback to support@dino-games.de

Rating:

Design: 9

Usability: 10

Performance: 9

Price: 10

 

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Category: Applications, Lumiappaday, Nokia, Windows Phone

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