To celebrate the launch of my new skiing game, Just Ski, get Krashlander for 1/2 off from May 10th to May 14th.
"Best physics based game on the iPhone" -Env-Sci
Krashlander is a physics powered game that will have you blasting down large mountain slopes and soaring over gaping crevices to attack the evil robots that destroyed your world.
+ Unique physics powered touch controls.
+ Very skill-based gaming fun.
+ Simple minimalist design.
+ Crazy ragdoll crashes.
+ Get started as a novice then punish yourself as an elite skier.
What Others Are Saying.
"Absolutely brilliant. Only thing like it on the App Store. Posture controls are unique and incredible, ragdoll physics are great! Deserves more than 5 stars!"
"I usually don't do reviews at all but this game is freaking awesome! I highly recommend it! Great physics and it looks cool with all the simple controls and bright colors.
Two thumbs up! Worth every penny.
Can't wait for more levels!"
"This game is different from anything I've encountered in the App Store. From the menu to the game play, the graphics are seamless. Overall an amazing game! More levels please!"
-Fixed a bug with the controls on iPhone6
-Updated to support latest version of iOS.
-Removed Kamcord as Kamcord no longer supports its SDK
-General bug fixes and stability fixes.
-New Game Icon.
Ratings and Reviews
Best game I've ever played on iPhone
I don't usually leave reviews for games. I consider my reviews precious little gems that I only gift when extremely impressed with something. This is one of those rare times. This is the physics game I've always wanted. It's fun, simple, addictive, well designed and thoughtfully programmed. Why this isn't a top game I'll never know. This game developer should win an award for making, what I'm going to call: the perfect iPhone game.
A MUST PLAY
I really loved this game. I have to complain that the developer took a year to make each word on the app. And last time I check, still the final level was never completed. Was bummed
Not the best
With the rave reviews I thought it would be an amazing physics game, but within the first few (frustrating) minutes of playing it I realized it was not the case. In this game, the graphics are passive but not impressive and the controls are strange. You have to pick poses to be in and you can lean forward, backward and jump. I don't see how it is an amazing physics game supposedly. Alto's Adventure is prettier and funner game alternative.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.