I spent almost an hour playing Slingshot Rush for iPhone before deciding to review it. As you might have guessed it, the game is highly addictive.
You play as Little Prince and have to tap the screen to jump through different ropes and turn to the left or right. Press the screen at the right moment or you’ll find yourself squashed on the wall.
If you don’t like the weird-looking pre-established character, there’s either a price machine you activate with diamonds you collect throughout the game, or an in-purchase option to buy more. And if the pop-up ads annoy you – and believe me, they will get in your face – you can always pay $3 to remove them, and support the developer.
My highest score is 18, and even though I keep coming back, I can’t get pass that. You might be better at playing than me as I suck at gaming.
Slingshot Rush is easy to play and doesn’t take a lot to get the hang of, although it gets quite frustrating after a while. Still, if you like killing time on your iPhone or iPad – yes, there’s a full-size tablet version – you have nothing to loose, as the game won’t cost you a penny.
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