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Have you ever wanted to experience yourself as a caveman? While hunting for real food 3 times a day may not be your ultimate fantasy, now with the “Ogg!” game, you can try yourself our as a caveman, in a virtual world. Try inventing new things, try new food or new ideas, collect what you’ll need later on (such as rocks) and continue your journey in a joyful mood. This game features high quality graphics, entertaining music and a lot of interesting adventures that are waiting for you in every level. In order to win this game, you will need to exhibit both creativity and logic, and even if something takes you a while to figure out, the game is most definitely worth the effort. Kids are going to love the bones and monkeys, and of course Ogg himself, who is a funny and entertaining character that you or your kids are going to fall in love with.
The game costs less than a pound to download and of course is worth every penny, since you are getting 150 levels of game and 15 worlds in which you can find new and awesome surprises. Every level will unfold more challenges, so even if the game may seem easy at first, it will get tougher with each level, making you try even harder, even though even level is just a lot of fun! You will learn, together with Ogg, about the work of gravity, for example, so slowing down sometimes and letting gravity do it’s job can also be entertaining to a certain degree.
Ogg is amongst one of the cheapest games you will find on iTunes, but don’t let the price tag lead you astray, it is packed with fun, and adventures, so you definitely won’t regret installing this game on your iPhone or iPad. The graphics are superb and the gameplay is just what you need to kill sometime. Worth the $0.99, yes.