Top Android Game: Noogra Nuts
You’re a hard-headed squirrel in the Noogra Nuts Android game with the objective of cracking and eating the most nuts (and scoring the most points) in two minutes. Go!
- Version: 1.0.0
- Size: 6.52MB (apps2SD enabled)
- Category: Games
- Price: Free
We all knew that squirrels loved nuts, but did you know they could crack them open with their heads? Well neither did we, but that’s just what this cute, buggy-eyed squirrel is on a mission to do. You’ll have two minutes to headbutt and consume as many of the nuts falling from the sky as possible.
Your only goal in this Android game is to maximize your score before time runs out. You can accomplish this in a number of different ways, one of which would be stringing together a combo streak of nut headbutts. To control the squirrel, tilt your Android phone or tablet to the left or right (this uses your device’s internal accelerometer). Also, tapping anywhere on the screen will cause him to jump, which is a useful tactic for juggling multiple nuts in the air at once.
Overall, the best parts about this Android game are its graphics and sound effects. The first thing you’re bound to notice is the squirrel’s eyes practically popping out of the screen, which makes for very entertaining gameplay if nothing else. Second, the sound effects add an entirely unique feel to the game and give it some extra dimension. These quintessential features give Noogra Nuts a higher level of re-playability, something many games in general fall short of.
- Creative, fun design elements and graphics
- Two minutes to battle for the highest score (OpenFeint integrated)
- Accelerometer controls give the game a unique feel
- Awesome sound effects
Areas for improvement:
- Other options for squirrel control (since game performance may change depending on accelerometer performance, linked to phone hardware/speed), e.g. on-screen joy stick
Conclusion: An easy to learn, hard to master type Android game that is frustratingly enjoyable because of its cute graphics, engaging sound effects, and short game time.
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