I love puzzle games especially when they
are like Backyard Bounce. We have a basketball that we need to get into
the hoop. Easy breezy right? Well we have to put things like springs and
boards down to get the basketball into the hoop. We are not taking shots
with our fingers. We are using physics to get from start to finish. We
also have to be careful of certain objects not getting in the way of the
I enjoyed the interesting background graphics throughout the seventy-two levels of Backyard Bounce. The objects look good, and rotate properly. This app is a mechanical puzzle of sorts with some neat animations. The basketball may have moved slow at times, but it eventually got to the destination.
The music in Backyard Bounce makes me think of a mixture between elevator music and jazz. It fits the theme of this puzzle game perfectly. I like to be relaxed when I am thinking about how to solve the puzzle properly. There are items to collect in Backyard Bounce - golden whistles. Get all three, and do not use any hints to get a high score.
The price point in Backyard Bounce is perfect for the seventy-two levels, plus I expect additional levels will be released in the future. The main reason to replay Backyard Bounce is to get a better score. I learned how to use all the items in the best way in multiple levels. The controls are very good. Backyard Bounce makes it simple to grab an item, place it, rotate it, and start the motion. Replaying a level is simple as well.
Backyard Bounce taught me to think about solutions in different ways, especially when I wanted to collect all three whistles. Backyard Bounce is an app that families can enjoy for some added intellectual boost. I hope to see sequels to Backyard Bounce in the near future. Clickgamer.com has made another winner
Family Friendly Factor: 84%
System: iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad
Rating: ‘4+’ - 4+
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