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Lumiappaday #163: Burn the Rope demoed on the Nokia Lumia 800 #XboxLive

| April 26, 2012 | Reply

-Woops, this got stuck in the drafts.

Burn The Rope is an accelerometer based puzzle game where you have to burn the rope that has been formed into a pattern. However the flames can only burn upwards, otherwise it will fizzle out. You have to burn a specific amount of rope (not necessarily all of it), which increases with each level. Also you may get other challenges, such as burning ants on the rope and burning the right colour of rope with the right colour flame.

#163) Burn the Rope

Price:  £0.79

Link: http://www.windowsphone.com/en-GB/apps/1ac5bf25-73f2-497d-a6d2-5c0f6452f7ff

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-IQtjKeOTU

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Developer Blurb:

 

Burn the Rope is a challenging game where you try to burn as much rope as you can in each level. There’s a catch! The fire only burns upwards, leaving you to rotate the level to keep your flame alive!

As you progress through the levels, you’ll encounter bugs crawling along the rope. Different bugs have different reactions to the flame. For example, the ant changes the colour of the flame so you can burn different coloured ropes, and the spider shoots out a web bridge so you can access parts of the level that you could not before.

Burn the Rope is incredibly fun and addictive. You will actually feel like you’re burning a rope, yet there’s no need for a fire extinguisher!

Rating:

Design: 8

Usability: 7

Performance: 8

Price: 10

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Category: Applications, Lumiappaday, Nokia, XboxLive

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