Rovio launches Amazing Alex, available at Google Play for $0.99

Rovio launches Amazing Alex, available at Google Play for $0.99

Rovio is famous for creating one of the most amazing games of all time, Angry Birds. For the last 3 years, they have been launching several updated versions of it, including Angry Birds Seasons and (the best so far) Angry Birds Space. Now Rovio has decided to change the scene a little bit by introducing a new game known as Amazing Alex. It’s a physics-based puzzle game and it’s now available for download from the Google Play Store for $0.99. The game asks players to solve a series of static and moving objects that can be combined and rearranged to clear the level. It looks like a good game and there’s nothing wrong in giving it a try, so grab your phones, download it, play it and tell us if you think the new Rovio game good enough to be the next big mobile game.

Share your thoughts with us in the comment box below.

Source: Google Play

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  1. Romeo
    July 12, 20:39 Reply

    After playing the Incredible Machine in the early PC days, and everything similar in between, I gave this a try. It is OK… nothing mind blowing. I played about 20 levels and got pretty bored with it.

  2. PuAl
    July 13, 06:57 Reply

    I too got pretty bored with this, but as I only played the free version I can’t really comment on later levels. I can imagine that it could get really good as the levels get way more complex.

    Also, it may just be an issue with the free version but I found it rather visually glitchy – almost every time I completed a level the portrait image of Alex would flicker into view towards either side of the screen briefly before it appears in the centre.

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