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Clowns in the Face

Clowns in the Face

10,000 - 50,000 downloads

Pros
  • Cartoonish graphics
  • Physics
  • Lots of levels
  • Hilarious storlyine
Cons
  • Not really original
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Expert's Review
5.0
Worthy

"He sworn revenge"

Reviewed by / May 06, 2013

Clowns in the Face is a physics-based puzzle game with a cute scenery and a hilarious storyline

This is the free version of Tennis in the Face with half of the levels and a slightly different storyline. Gameplay is exactly the same.

Pete Pagassi was a professional Tennis player whose career was ruined for his addiction to Explodz, a powerful energy drink. He overcame the addiction but couldn't retake the fields. His own crusade is now against the evil corporation after Explodz, which is trying to reach all the population, even kids, using circus clown as a hook.

Thus, Pagassi has to chase after clowns and make perfect serves to knock all of them down. That's the purpose of this game: aim, calculate the possible bounces, the trajectory and serve. The goal is to hit all the clowns in the level with the least serves. In fact, all levels can be beaten with one shot but it isn't easy at all, specially as you advance through the game (increasing difficulty).

Both gameplay and scenery reminds another successful game of this genre: Stupid Zombies. If you played that one and you liked it, you are going to love this one too. Its cartoonish graphics with a daring touch are perfect for all audience. Storyline isn't a must in this genre however, it gives sense to the playing. That's a wise choice. Specially when it is a parody.

Physics, which is the keystone of the game, are quite faithful to ensure that it doesn't become a leave-it-to-fate kind of game. In other words, aiming matters and the response is good.

More than 100 regular levels, bonus levels, different stages and characters. Overall, a great game.

Tags: clowns in the face.

Developer's original description available here
Clowns creeping you out? Knock them out with a swift tennis serve in the face! It's time for some hilarious ragdoll-smashing ball-bouncing action!

Join Pete Pagassi on his quest to eradicate clowns high on Explodz energy drink in this stupid fun free arcade game! Simple pick up and play one finger controls, hilarious ragdoll physics and epic slow motion level finales!

Playing Clowns in the Face is easy: Simply move your finger on the screen, observe the aiming line, and lift your finger to serve a furious tennis smash.

The ball bounces off walls and platforms and triggers Explodz crates, ball tubes, and many other objects. Set off devastating chain reactions and watch the events unfold, knocking out clowns. The more clowns you knock out with a single serve, the higher your score!

Win levels to move to the next district and try to earn a crown from each level!

The evil Explodz Inc. displays ads in between the levels. You can remove the ads with a simple one time in app purchase.

FEATURES

- Easy to pick-up bouncer gameplay
- Hilarious ragdoll characters
- Slow motion level finales
- More than 50 brand new levels

LINKS

Learn about Explodz: explodz.com

Recently changed in this version

1.0.7
-Added support for HTC One, Xperia Z and Galaxy S 4

1.0.6
-Improved stability

1.0.5
- Fixed bugs and improved stability
- Ads shown less frequently


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Comments and ratings for Clowns in the Face
  • (64)

    by Ritesh Chatterjee on 31/05/2014

    Played it on n8. enjoying the game on android too

  • (64)

    by Branko Doncev on 13/05/2014

    Fix the game:(

  • (64)

    by Sue Davis on 29/03/2014

    It crashed and I had to get a new iPod :(

  • (64)

    by Brian Stanley on 12/03/2014

    Time 4 me

  • (64)

    by radnitz oriasotie on 27/02/2014

  • (64)

    by Leandro Escobar on 21/02/2014

    Its funny as it is fun.

  • (64)

    by Dante Carter on 12/02/2014