A game where all you do is throw a ball into a box, simple?
Trick Shot is a minimalist physics puzzler with 100 levels and an infinite supply of bouncy balls to get that perfect shot.
** Editors Choice in more that 80 countries **
** iTunes best of September 2015 **
** iTunes best of 2015 **
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If you love making crack shots on the pool table or flinging birds at pigs, Trick Shot is destined to be your new obsession. A beautifully minimalist physics-based puzzler, it’s all about bouncing a ball so it lands perfectly inside a box without touching the sides. For such a simple premise, the gameplay that emerges is deeply satisfying, especially in later levels when you have to finesse the ball’s flight path to weave through intricate mazes of obstacles.
Great game - Needs a tiny bit of work
If you don't want to read three paragraphs of me telling about the game, I'll say a short explanation here:
1. Repetitive Game Center achievement; "completed all levels"
2. Add more levels!!!
I bought this game and within 2 days I finished all the levels (not on amazing mode). This game is really fun and when I went back to try to get amazing's and i noticed some levels were pretty easy and some were really hard and I still haven't beaten them. After beating all the levels, not on amazing mode, you get an achievement from Game Center saying "all levels complete" or something like that. That's fine but the problem is when I went back to get amazing's I noticed this.
Whenever you complete a level, weather you get 'ok', 'perfect', or 'amazing' you get the Game Center notification saying "all levels complete". Every. Single. Time. It gets really annoying to have to swipe up to get rid of them after every level because it blocks the screen and I would like to play as soon as possible. Please fix this soon.
One more thing I would add is more levels because most reviews say they finished it very early, as did I, so please make maybe around 50 or so more levels to play because after you get amazing on every single one there is no point to the game except trying out physics or something which most people wouldn't like to do. Please take into consideration these fixes to make this an awesome game!
Fun, Beautiful Design for Minimalists
First off, this is a fabulous game with an exceptionally well crafted design. It doesn't take long to master the physics of the ball. Think of a racquetball on the moon. The ball bounces elegantly and with precision. The only reason I am rating this game with four stars is because of the very short play time that you get with it. The game needs more levels; a hundred just won't cut it for $2. Heck, make the game free and then charge for extra levels. That would really help your fan base and would maximize your profits.
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- Programmer Art Limited
- 105.8 MB
- Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 7.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © 2018 Jonathan Topf
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