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Bouncy Mouse is a physics game where players fling a mouse -- which is actually much more like a rubber ball than a rodent -- around obstacles and through traps collecting bits of cheese on the way. All of the mouse's cheese has been stolen by a dastardly cat and the mouse needs to get all his cheese back so he and his friends can enjoy it together.
The slingshot-like pull and release mechanics of the game are very similar to those found in other physics based flinging games like Angry Birds. The difference here is that players aren't trying to knock anything down or destroy any structures, they are just trying to traverse an environment while avoiding obstacles and collecting cheese. The goal is to bounce the mouse off of the cat in each level and retrieve the cat's stolen cheese.
To traverse each level the mouse is flung from one anchor point or peg to the next. When the mouse gets close enough to an anchor point he will latch on with what might be his super elastic tail and players can then pull him back and release him in any direction to get to the next peg. Progressing from peg to peg and bouncing the mouse off of different parts of the environment will get him to the cat, and finally to his cheese. More points and unlocks like costumes and visual effects can also unlocked by collecting all the cheese in a level.
In the mood for a new puzzle game? Then maybe give No Brain No Game a shot. It looks set to be a fun way of whiling away a few hours.
It's a new title that's all about moving a mouse from a jar into a pipe. Why, we don't know exactly. However to do this, players must navigate across the level by using ramps, bars, bouncing balls and more. Covering three different worlds and 62 levels in all, No Brain No Game sets out to offer plenty. New levels are unlocked through the customary manner of gaining more stars in each stage thus offering impetus to return to earlier levels.
The game starts out simply enough with some tutorials to ease players into the game but it's not long before things become increasingly fiendish when it comes to devising how to manoeuvre the mouse across the area. It's a fun looking brain teaser of a game.
No Brain No Game is out now in two varieties. For $0.99, players can download the full game or there's a lite version to check it out before putting down any money for it.
If you’ve used HippoRemote Pro before you’ll know how effective it is at controlling your computer, either Mac or PC, over Wi-Fi. The app allows users to control their computer as well as a host of popular applications using its multi-touch trackpad and built-in keyboard. HippoRemote also offers a web browser and Twitter client. If all these features weren’t enough, however, the latest update to HippoRemote turns your iPhone into an advanced games controller too.
With many Mac and PC games requiring control via the mouse and keyboard, controllers like those found on consoles aren’t compatible and therefore tie the user to their desk in order to play games. HippoRemote 2.2 offers freedom from this traditional setup by replicating mouse and keyboard control from your iPhone. Whether you’re playing a full on RPG, an intense shoot ‘em up or just a simple Flash game on the web, HippoRemote allows you to customize the control layout and use only the keyboard buttons you need for a particular game. Controls can be set for different games with either a trackpad or a button pad and game-specific profiles can also be downloaded from the HippoRemote website. At present, HippoRemote is compatible with the iPhone and iPod touch but we’re excited by the possibilities introduced by the iPad and look forward to a compatible version in the future. If you love your PC games but want that console feel, you might well have already bought the best controller, you just need HippoRemote to take advantage of it.