February 1, 2016 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Tamil Nadu, India - Audience Apps Developers today is proud to announce the release of Stick Robo Hero 1.0, their addictive new adventure game developed for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. In Stick Robo Hero, the player's goal is to score as high as they can by rolling a robot from one platform to the next. To do this, they must stretch their stick so that when it falls, the platforms are connected and the robot lands safely. The player's only weapon is their magical finger drawing vertical sticks that fall between the platforms to form a passage. Neither too long, nor too short.
"Robo Stick Hero brings back the famous expression, "compasses in the eye." You do not know what that means? Google is your friend," explains Naresh Manivannan, owner of Audience Apps Developers. "For others, this new title is unpretentious yet can easily fit into the casual category of very annoying but so addictive. As a Flappy Bird, Robo Stick Hero offers a ready challenge offering one thing: draw lines of varying length. Here you must help the robot to move from platform to platform. Stick Robo Hero is a fun adventure that is addictive in its own way. If you are like me, you will likely get better at judging the sizes of the gaps and sticks as you progress. And, just trying to outdo your own score is when it becomes hard to put this game down."
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 8.0 or later
* 16.5 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Stick Robo Hero 1.0 is Free and available worldwide through the App Store in the Games category. The game is ad-supported with an in-app purchase to remove them for $1.99 (USD).
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