Game Review – Fell Over

The App Store is loaded with mindless distractions to fill your down moments, but you don’t have to play something dumb or monotonous. You can still put your mind to good use by playing an on-the-go puzzler, and luckily there are plenty of great options available. Puzzle games have challenged human beings for centuries. To put it into perspective, that’s a whole lot longer than the iPhone and iPad have been around. In fact, the first tablets that puzzles were played on were actual tablets. The kind made of stone that probably had a commandment or two etched into them. But for modern puzzle gamers, few resources are quite as ready, willing, and able to challenge to the problem-solving side of our brain as our iOS devices.

What is Fell Over?

Fell Over is a Jenga style physics-based puzzle game you can play on your iOS devices. Fell Over is fun and challenging way to test your logic and patience. The Fell Over games contains a total of 99 remarkably exciting and tough levels you can challenge yourself with. Taping the blocks that form the tower, at the top of which a ball is placed, is the main aspect of the game. You tap the blocks – to remove them, by which you are bringing the ball safely to the ground. One should be careful though, with the Fell Over game one wrong tap can mean game over!

99 different and challenging levels

The game has 99 levels, all with increasing difficulty, to give your brain a little nudge while you are planning which of the blocks you can remove, without your ball falling over into the abyss. You can challenge yourself in different ways, you can play against yourself, trying to beat your own best scores, or you can challenge your friends and other players. Fell Over is an amazing physics-based puzzle game, a challenging and addictive brain pleaser and heaps of fun!

You can download Fell Over for free at the iOS App Store.

 

The App Store is loaded with mindless distractions to fill your down moments, but you don’t have to play something dumb or monotonous. You can still put your mind to good use by playing an on-the-go puzzler, and luckily there are plenty of great options available. Puzzle games have challenged human beings for centuries. To put it into perspective, that's a whole lot longer than the iPhone and iPad have been around. In fact, the first tablets that puzzles were played on were actual tablets. The kind made of stone that probably had a commandment or two etched into them. But for modern puzzle gamers, few resources…
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