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Description

Get bigger and crush as many buildings you can while rolling down the mountain!
Find new ages and destruct from castles to sci-fi cities!

What’s New

Version 4.1.9

Bug Fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
53.2K Ratings

53.2K Ratings

BACOxNxATOR ,

AWSOME UPDATE

I’ve played this game for a while now, and all I can say is that it’s the little things that count. I just went back to play, and the update when u upgrade ur rock was cool, and I like that the developers put in a checkpoint to where u had your best run.

A lot of people say it gets boring quick, but I say it’s a good game and a great time killer. But one thing that’s not the greatest is that there’s no sound effects or anything. But to be honest, I just listen to my own music while playing. Oh, just had an idea. What if u developers put in a setting to where u can have in game music or ur own music. Like a little button to turn the in game music on and off in settings or something so u have the choice to get to listen to ur own music or the in game music? Just a thought. 🤷🏻‍♂️

(If the developers do see this, thx for reading)

amberkrause ,

Great game, but playing it becomes useless in terms of upgrades.

When I first got this game, I loved it! I played it all the time, and progressed really quickly. After a while I noticed a problem though. Once you get to the point where upgrades cost around 50 million, only being able to get a MAX of 160k (without video doubling) is completely useless. If you actually want to get upgrades, the only thing you can do is use the offline earnings. If you want to fix this, I suggest having the buildings be worth more for each section. Considering the average building is worth 200, it’s worth practically nothing once you need millions for each upgrade. If you increased the worth for each section, it would keep the game well balanced as well as making it much easier to get upgrades. If the developers see this, thanks for reading!

drefginxdddfvcu ,

Gets boring quick

Smashing the towers at the beginning is fun for a few minutes. The main reason to keep playing after that is to discover the next area, and then the next after that.

Eventually, playing the game actually becomes counter productive, since the offline coin generation becomes far greater than online coin generation. Essentially, if you want to progress in the game, it’s best that you open it only once or twice every 24 hours. I think that’s kind of ridiculous, and it represents poor planning.

Also, if you increase your rock size too much, you can get stuck at gates that previously you weren’t stuck at. Again, this represents poor planning.

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    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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