321 is an epic game, with realistic scenarios, strategies dazzling, glorious battles and lots of action.
Except for the part of realistic scenarios, the rest is all true! You are facing a fascinating mathematical game, a challenge that will require your knowledge in physics to find perfect angles and seemingly impossible passes.
Play once, twice, three times. Play to beat your own record. Math is precise and will make you loose your mind.
321 is inspired by the awesome Flash game from Wouter Visser for desktop, but now in mobile version.
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321 é um jogo épico, com cenários realistas, estratégias mirabolantes, batalhas gloriosas e muita ação.
Tirando a parte dos cenários realistas, o resto é tudo verdade! Você está diante de um jogo matemático fascinante, um desafio que vai exigir seus conhecimentos em física para descobrir ângulos perfeitos e passagens aparentemente impossíveis.
Jogue uma, duas, três vezes. Jogue até bater o seu próprio recorde. A matemática é precisa e vai fazer você arrancar seus cabelos.
321 é inspirado no maravilhoso Flash game de Wouter Visser para desktop, mas agora em versão mobile.
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Ratings and Reviews
Game of skill, nerves — and plain luck
A uniquely simple game of aiming and timing a shot: a little ball hits other circular objects until they are gone, adding a point to your score. At the end of its trajectory the ball forms a new object.
The release angle completely determines the ball’s trajectory by following exact mathematical rules of reflection but beyond two or three reflections it becomes exceedingly difficult to predict the trajectory. This is where the skill sets in, like with billiard. And slowly you realize that you can develop tactics and strategies with placing the new objects and devising shrewed trajectories. As a solitary game it is extremely rewarding when you achieve higher scores ... slowly; and as the difficulty increases when new objects accumulate on the playing field, the stakes of losing the accumulated points get higher: when the little ball crosses the off-site line at the bottom the game is over — and the score is lost. Breathtaking!
I am fully addicted to this game! My kids and I have competitions to see who can get the highest score.
One suggestion: an easy thing to add that might be the option to change the background color! I like purple, but I play this game A LOT and would love to change it up now and again ;)
Developer Response ,
That’s amazing 😂. I really loved to know you and your kids are having a good moment playing 321.
About the purple issue I’m working on a prototype where a different color scheme is applied based on your highest score. 0-30 purple; 31-60 orange; 61-90 blue; 91+ black. Knowing that, if this feature was ready today which color would you see on your screen?
Worth 5 ⭐️ if one change can b made
I don’t like being stuck with the new color. I would prefer to be able to choose my own color.
Thank you Antonio for a fun addicting game. Easy idea but very challenging and not annoying like some challenging games are. (Like that flappy crappy game for example LoL)
I like the portrait setup on my phone, but on my iPad, I have it in a case that is easier to do everything in landscape. It can spin around to portrait, but when the power cable is plugged in, it’s not easy because the cases base (attached keyboard) gets in the way and makes portrait mode a pain. I understand not everyone has this. Also, I noticed that this is made for the iPhone and is scaled up for the iPad. The angel shots are different on both devices. What I am wondering is if you can make an option to play in landscape and allow it to be played in landscape so that when I’m on my iPad, I can play without having to switch over to portrait mode. I understand that on the iPhone, it’s just not really a good idea to play in landscape mode, but because the dimensions are a bit different on the iPad, it should play pretty similar. This may or may not turn out to be a good idea, and I don’t know if you can test it without actually putting it out and let me know if it makes sense or not. If it just isn’t that good, I’ll accept your judgement on it. Thank you for the game.
Developer Response ,
Hey, thank you for your review, I very happy you enjoy 321.
That’s a very interesting suggestion especially because I was not aware of that unexpected behavior on iPad. Well, it’s definitively on my backlog for features and improvements now.
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- Antonio Jr
- 17 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
English, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese
- Age Rating
- © 2020 Antonio Junior
- In-App Purchases
- Extra shot $0.99
- Upgrade to Pro $4.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.