What's New

- New icon
- Skip levels that are too hard
- Tweaks and fixes

App Description

Professor Electric's conveyor belt has run amok! It's up to you to save the lab by using the electrical components to light up the lightbulb.

Crazy Electric is a fast-paced puzzle game for the quick thinker. Your goal is to light up a lightbulb using an array of electrical components while keeping the conveyor belt from overflowing. Sound simple? Wait until you’ve tried it.

EASY TO LEARN, INSANELY HARD TO MASTER
Crazy Electric has simple intuitive touch controls and a smooth learning curve that will have you building circuits in no-time. But to get maximum points, you'll have to do more than just close the circuit. Each level has three LEDs that you can light up as well. Can you collect them all?

60 PUZZLES + ENDLESS MANIAC MODE
The game is packed with sixty unique puzzle levels, ranging from kid’s electric set to fiendishly difficult. And when you've finished all the puzzles, you can try to beat your own score in the never-ending Maniac Mode.

WACKY ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
Create circuits with magnets, exploding capacitors, mutating chemicals, time warping flux capacitors, switches that change direction when tapped, and static spheres that shoot electricity through the air. Oh, and watch out for the high voltage!

100% GUARANTEED UNREALISTIC
Don’t worry. You don’t have to keep track of plus and minus, or remember that I = V / R. Just crank up the volume and let the Professor crank up the voltage.

RETINA DISPLAY GRAPHICS
The game has beautiful high-definition graphics on the iPhone 4, but runs just as fine on an iPhone 3G or iPhone 3GS with iOS 3.1.

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