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Voodoo

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 236.3K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Collect the floorboards, lay them down and double everyone!

Race against opponents, and stack up all the floorboards you can pick up along the way!
If you're clever enough, get out of the way and build bridges and take shortcuts to get to the finish line before everyone else!

Cheating has never been so stylish!

Simple gameplay with efficient and easy to learn controls.

What’s New

Version 1.36

Overall optimization.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
236.3K Ratings

236.3K Ratings

honeyjenebdidk ,

Why all the hate

My experience with this game has been great idk why everyone’s saying there is sooooo many adds when really there’s not that much I’ve played this for a while I’m on like level 50 and I’ve had this for 3 day yes only 3 days so what I’m trying to say is it’s not that hard I would say yes there is a couple of ads but not as bad as other games I’ve had it’s a fun game and I think a lot of people would enjoy it I would say the only bad thing is it’s a little hard to turn but that could just be me I have spent hours playing this game it’s very fun and I think everyone should give it a shot yes there may be a couple of ads and there not to long and no I’m not a computer lol and when I say I was on level 50 I may have exaggerated a little just a little (I’m on level 32) but it’s not a hard game not a east game it’s like the perfect game so try it out and remember we all are different opinions so thanks for reading if you did but take into what I said and have a great amazing fun day see you later

Sincerely
A stranger

Mikeykrieg ,

Fun but gets boring in 10 minutes

The idea of this game is really good. A real multiplayer game like this would actually be a lot of fun. It still is fun, but for only like 10 min. I have two problems with this game and I’ll list them out.

1. It tricks you into thinking you are playing online(Or atleast it did for me). After a 7 game win streak after only 8 min of having the game. I began to get suspicious as to why it’s so easy. If you pay attention it’s very obvious the opponents are AI and not people. The turns they make are too sharp, they load in before the game starts and wait, and they don’t use the shortcuts as much as they should. I assume this is a strategy to get you to play the game longer because people like to win, especially if they think they are winning against other people.

2. I have never EVER received personalized ads in a game before. Normally the ads are for other games in my experience. But this game is the first time I had a personalized ad for something I had googled a day or so ago. That’s weird, definetley means this game dives into your phone and collects information and data while you play it. But then makes the mistake of using that data to advertise to you, instead of hiding what they are doing. This is weird considering most of the data on your phone should be useless for such a game, chances are they’re probably selling your info.

Mark Binfield ,

Good idea, mediocre execution

The idea of the game is cool - you pick up planks as you run, and you can use those planks to cut across open spaces. That makes it an action game with a healthy dose of thinking and strategy. Unfortunately, there are some serious problems:

1) The game is almost unplayable in free-to-play mode. I timed it - a typical level takes only around 20-30 seconds to beat, after which you have to watch a 30-second ad before playing the next level. Plus you have to watch an ad if you die. So, you spend more time watching ads than you do actually playing the game. Not an exaggeration. That is a literal statement. I get the need to make ad revenue, but this is excessive.

2) As other reviews have noted, it’s too easy to win. Instead of feeling good when I’m in first place, I feel stupid if I die, or get anything below first place. Plus, the pace is fast enough that there isn’t time to think about your strategy for a run, which is unfortunate because there’s a lot to consider. I can imagine a game like this where I’d play a level over and over, trying to find new shortcuts to shave a bit more time off my record. This, however, is not that game.

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