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Addictive physics-based puzzler Trick Shot makes its way to the Play Store
Artist, designer and team member at ustwo games Jonathan Topf has just released a new minimalistic puzzler called Trick Shot to the Google Play Store. The game was launched earlier this year on iOS, and now Android users have a chance to play the addictive title for themselves.
Trick Shot is a physics puzzle game that comes with a very easy to understand premise – get the little ball inside the box. It’s not always that simple, though. You’ll have to move the ball around obstacles that surround the box, which can be extremely difficult at times. You can bounce the ball against different objects, shoot it through portals, move it across the level with a fan, and more. Some levels are pretty easy, but others might take you a few tries to get right.
The game comes with 90 levels in all. There’s no time limit, and you have an infinite amount of bouncy balls to shoot into the box. Trick Shot doesn’t feature any in-app purchases, and it’s now available in the Google Play Store for just $1.99. Head to the link below if you’re interested!