You're so lucky that you only have to worry about moving a single body. Can you imagine trying to lug two bodies around?
In the Ouya game Amazed
, Bouncing Ball provides you with - more or less - that exact challenge. It looks simple, but it's surprisingly engaging.
Guess what? iOS gamers can now have a crack at the challenge, too.Amazed
is the type of puzzle game at which you spend minutes getting frustrated. You may even abandon hope. But then you return and reach an almost euphoric high when completing a puzzle.
You are in control of two yellow balls. By swiping the screen, you move both of them at the same time. Your goal is to get both balls to enter a separate exit tile each... simultaneously.
The problem is that there is limited space in the levels, and moving two balls at the same time only exacerbates the problem. If you lose a ball to the abyss below, you have to start the level anew.
You find solutions by using the walls to move balls independently where you can. It's more challenging than it sounds, and the 'maze' in the game's title soon becomes incredibly relevant.
You can find out if Amazed
really does have that engaging factor by downloading it on the App Store now. It's free, so you may as well give it a shot.