Bloop - Tabletop Finger Frenzy
500 - 1,000 downloads
- Up to four players offline
- The beauty of the simplest gameplay ever
- You'll get closer to your friends - literally
- No single play
- Not even a single customization option
An offline multiplayer game
Bloop TFF is consists in two simple premises: offline multiplaying on a single devices, which we know for sure we all like; and an utter (ab)use of multitouch screen abilities. It's all about tapping on the colored tiles, once color for each player. Up to four players can struggle to win, and every time a colored tile is tapped, a Simon-like beep sounds, so keep the music aloud if you want to enjoy the full mind-blowing experience.
And that's all. Every some seconds, tiles banish and reappear smaller, making the game more stressing. In the end, you kill or be killed. It's absolutely the perfect multiplayer game, suited for all ages, let alone if you introduce your own home rules such as playing left-handed only, dares and shots or whatever comes to your mind. However, we missed a solo playing mode so you can beat an AI in progressively more difficult levels, call it training mode or whatsoever.
In conclusion, a game to be purchased and kept installed like a little treasure (exactly a less than 20Mb treasure) on your device.
WARNING: HAND COLLISION IMMINENT — Bloop is a fast, frantic touch game for Android. Two, three, or four players race to tap the most tiles...at the same time! Easy at first, but soon the tiles shrink. Hands collide. Fingers cross. Fireworks!
Each color plays a unique BLOOP sound. Hear your symphonic success or dissonant disaster. Bloop is a great ice breaker, so bring this onomatopoeic adventure to your next party!
AWARDS & RECOGNITION
■ "IndieCade Finalist" — IndieCade, 2012
■ "Official Selection" — Games for Change ANZ, 2012
■ "Best Group Games of 2012" — Touch Arcade
■ "Official Selection" — IndieCade East, 2013
"An aggressive, finger-pointing free-for-all." —Kill Screen
"aggressive but also addictive and versatile, thanks to its simplicity." —L.A. Times
"So fun! Stellar physical/multiplayer game." —Douglas Wilson, creator of Johann Sebastian Joust
■ Use all five fingers
■ Try playing with only one hand
■ Is shoving allowed?
Straight forward app. Fun
What were they thinking when they made this? That 4 people touching the screen all at once would be just fine with no multi-touch?
But could use a one player version where we can play against a comp player/robot. I dont always have someone to play with but love the game...
Much simpler rules than Bam Fu, but just as fun!