Voodoo, the new publisher, is storming the mobile gaming charts as it continually launches games that are simple, entertaining, and importantly, be supported by users. Specifically for the Appstore in the US, Voodoo’s games have important positions in the rankings, including Dunk Hit, Flappy Dunk, Rolly Vortex and many other attractive games.
A new gameplay
I have to admire the way Voodoo setup ideas, game design and promotion of their products. They always choose new ideas, gameplay, and graphics for their games in a new direction, not duplicate any other game. Perhaps this reason makes the Voodoo’s games have made user selecting and supporting so.
The Voodoo’s latest game is no exception. Dune is a new entertaining game where players will have to control a ball run and fly as high as possible between the desert to score points. It’s simple, but in reality, it’s a difficult game to play when it has to fly through a straight line on the screen and make it smoothly on the road.
Easy to control
The control operation is quite simple. Hold onto the screen to accelerate, click the screen to bounce up in the air. While in the air, click on the screen to drop the balls. Each time you fly high, you will gain one point. If you can get more flying balls, you will get a lot of points and cumulative effects for the next flight.
The points are not good
Although Dune is very interesting and a good way to kill time when bored but a very annoying limitation that is a lot of advertising. Normally, about three times of failure is to have the ad appear, and you have to watch it for 10 seconds before you can skip it. If you feel uncomfortable with the ad, you should turn off WIFI / 3G when playing or spend $ 3 to completely remove the ads. One of the frustrating things about this game is that it’s pretty straightforward, with no additional options for gameplay and customization.