App of the Week: Beetle Bounce

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Beetle Bounce takes the basics of billiards, adds a dash of chaos, and an army of critters to create a fun-filled, casual game. Developed in just six months, Beetle Bounce is the work of Naomi Kokubo, a talented and self-taught indie game developer. Taking advantage of Corona SDK’s cross-platform capabilities, the game has enjoyed widespread exposure on the App Store, Google Play, NOOK Apps and Amazon Appstore.

The objective is to clear the beetles off the screen by bouncing them into little swirls, and racking up points. Each of the 27 levels is complete with rocket bumpers, shooting stars, and spiky giants. The critters’ squeals, grunts, and kissing noises make this quirky experience more fun, and the lovely pastel colors and well-designed graphics are very pleasant.

Beetle Bounce is available for download on the App Store, Google Play, NOOK Apps and Amazon Appstore.

 

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This entry has 6 replies

  1. Richard says:

    This game is slick!

    It is free on Android but it is $.99 in the app store.

  2. Inna Treyger says:

    Good call, Richard! I’ve updated the post.

  3. Oriol says:

    Funny game, indeed.
    What puzzles me is that it was submitted in July and it’s App of The Week now? O_o

  4. Inna Treyger says:

    Hi Oriol – According to our guidelines, apps submitted to the Corona showcase may be selected as App of the Week at any time: http://www.coronalabs.com/blog/2012/05/07/app-of-the-weekmonth-updated-rules/

    Glad you enjoyed the game!
    Inna

  5. Way to go Naomi!

  6. Jen Looper says:

    Supercute, Naomi, great job!