Lumiappaday #145: Easter Smash demoed on the Nokia Lumia 800

| April 8, 2012 | 2 Replies


Happy Easter folks! This Lumiappaday is quite app-ropriately (boom boom) Easter Smash. Surprisingly a pretty cool looking and addicting game where you must defend yourself from the evil rabbit robots. Throw easter eggs to smash them, and if they get to close, there’s a shotgun option (which must first be unlocked). As you progress, more weapons are unlocked. During gameplay in the demo, I managed to unlock an EMP which temporarily stops the enemy movement when hit. There are 3 more weapons to unlock after that.

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#145) Easter Smash

Price: Free



Developer Blurb:

Update 1.1 info below.
Easter Smash is the sequel to last year’s “smash” hit, Pumpkin Smash! The evil Dr. Genius has built a robot army, and he’s trying to use it to steal Cottontail Rabbit’s eggs. Launch an assortment of egg attacks against the robot horde. 30 levels of egg flinging mayhem! 5 epic boss battles against devious robotic creations! 12 different robots to battle, each with their own weaknesses! Can you help Cottontail Rabbit protect the Easter eggs?

Update 1.1 adds Windows Phone Mango features!
**Update your phone to Mango if you haven’t already!**
+NEW Fast App Switching! Get right back into the game when you task out and back in again – no more restarting a level from the beginning.
+NEW Live Tile support! Keep track of your current level and score on the app’s Live Tile. Pin the app to your Start Screen!

+Charming hand drawn graphics and animation
+30 levels of increasingly challenging battles
+Normal and Easy mode for each level
+Attack with Plasma eggs, EMP eggs, and more!
+12 different robot types, each with unique weaknesses
+5 epic boss battles against Dr. Genius’s robot army
+Score Combos and Multi-Kills for bonus points and extra egg rewards
+Full musical soundtrack


Design: 8

Usability: 8

Performance: 9 

Price: 10


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