Stickman Drop Free 4+

Mike Hempfling

Designed for iPad

    • 3.0 • 4 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Drop a stickman down a peg board and listen and watch as he flips and flops.

Stickman Drop is a fun game where you drop a stickman down a peg board. Stickman Drop is fun, challenging, and addicting to play. Drag the stickman at the top to where you want to release it and then click the "drop" button. The goal of the game is to get the highest score possible. You must get at least 150 points to unlock the next level. Some levels have objects that can effect the stickman. Stickman Drop is similar to Plinko which is a game on The Price Is Right. It is easy to play but hard to master.

+ Fun stickman theme
+ Many obstacles like balloons, cars and spinning spoked wheels
+ Physics based game
+ Fun for all ages
+ Great problem solving game

What’s New

Version 1.1

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Minor update.

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

Dippy aka Andy ,

Needs work.

The game could be fun. Lack of polish hinders the game. 1) the moment I start a game it throws in an ad for another game. 2) Frustrating trying to move the man, why isn’t it easier to find the control point of the rag doll? 3) rag doll gets stuck too often! (Hint: why not let us earn points towards getting a pinball like Tilt ?)
3 stars since it was free, 1.5 if it cost anything.
Will redo review if anything improves.

zinn23 ,

Dinner

I essential like the game but it is so challenging that it is too hard and I just got discouraged. I have
played for days and only go to level 9. Would have liked to make more progress but no matter where I drop the guy it never works. I played some levels 25 times or more. It isn’t worth my time sorry while fun, I’m gone!!

MackDaddyOG26 ,

Hmm

I appreciate that the developer put time into this, and that’s about it. Deleted it almost immediately. I’m not sure if I have any constructive criticism. I don’t think there’s a way to make this good. It’s just really, really bad.

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