Written by AndrewH
For those of you available in Android land who always happen to be on the lookout for new and unique games, there is a brand new title now available on Google Play that will probably do a good job feeding that need of yours for something new and different to sink your time and effort into. Developed by Rezoner, QbQbQb is really a minimalistic falling obstructs game which incorporates music into the mix.
The regulates and goal of the sport are simple, rotate the earth to that the falling obstructs match up to the same coloured section of the planet. While the controls are really quite simple and the game starts off easy enough, it will quickly turn into a rather challenging game. As your round of play speeds up and becomes more challenging, the music in the game will feel like it is being created by you as you are playing QbQbQb.
You will start served by something easy and a sluggish beat but for each and every 100 points a person manage to score, the background music and game may evolve, becoming much more complex and difficult. You\’ll need to make sure your reflexes are sharp when you get further into the sport. Players will also be in a position to unlock achievements because they progress through the sport. There are eight achievements for each planet having a total of six planets available. Players can either play against the computer AI, towards another player using the same device or just on your own.
So if you\’re up on a regular basis to play, totally independent (everything was created by one person), and overall both challenging and fun to play then you might want to check out QbQbQb. There\’s a free demo to test and if you want the entire version you can choose that up off of Google Play with regard to $2.99. You can check out the game in action in the video clip below.
Google Play Hyperlink: QbQbQb
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