148Apps Review SummaryOur Rating: :: MAILBOX MAYHEM :: Read Our Full Review >>
Tilt-based game of destruction where players seek to destroy all mailboxes that have been spammed by a maniacal mailman.
What's New+ iPhone 5 support
+ New bonuses for characters
+ New combo bonus
+ In-game levels
App DescriptionYou will either love this game or hate it!
It could be your new kind of stress-releaser or vice versa â€“ make your phone fly harder and blood pump faster.
Definitely â€“ not for everyone!
-- Game Reviews --
â€śItâ€™s a matter of time before the Kremlin ban this game.â€ť
â€śAre you serious?â€ť
The official response we thought might qualify as a review.
â€śI think Mailboxing is a fun little game for all ages. Younger kids are sure to get a kick out of it, just as long as they donâ€™t get any crazy ideas about batting down mailboxes in real life.â€ť: by Michael Halloran â€“ 148apps.com
â€śMailboxing is in a sort of 3D setting, so buildings, cars, and other objects look like they are coming up at you. This is one of the things that makes this game worth downloading and fun to play.â€ť: by Central App Review
-- Game Story --
One of the most corrupted post-Soviet city has finally waken up from itâ€™s never-ending winter darkness. While some of the Russian grannies are making her name known by trying to become a mega pop-star band while singing mellow tones in the Eurovision Song Festival, other senior-ladies prefer more aggressive melodies â€“ smashing their neighbors mailboxes.
-- Game Features --
+ 3D game
+ One tap action
+ Tilt based controls
+ Post-soviet non-retina display graphics
+ Addictive gameplay
+ Dynamic environment
+ 5 Characters
+ Shake it Function
+ Online leader boards
-- The Rebel Family --
*Von Der Bear
-- Bonus Feature --
Babushkasâ€™ shady Twitter Jokes â€“ www.twitter.com/grannybabushka
More information â€“ www.mailboxing.com
September 26, 2013 Price Decrease: $1.99 -> $0.99
April 27, 2013 New version 2.1
February 28, 2013 New version 2.0
June 25, 2012 Price Decrease: $0.99 -> FREE!
December 15, 2011 Initial Release