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Here is what critics are saying about Thumpies:

Appadvice - Thumpies truly does reinvent the rhythm based game, and stands above Tap Tap Revenge, Rock Band, Riddim Ribbon, and all others in the category.Every single song is a joy to play and listen to.

Technobrains - Thumpies delivers some intense fun that will keep you coming back again and again.

Toucharcade - Thumpies is an amazingly creative game, and thanks to the multiple difficulty levels should be approachable enough for kids and challenging enough for adults. People are leaving absolutely glowing reviews of the game, and I find myself in agreement with all of them.

Touchreviews - ..the whole game looks great with the just a position of the monsters and the butterflies being pulled off perfectly to create a musical game that will be loved by young and old a like.

AppSpy - Thumpies is a fresh breath of air in the rhythm genre, that should appeal to all ages.The game is in a league of is own.

Thumpies is a unique rhythm based music game for players of all ages. By correctly matching the beat of bouncing Thumpies, the player progresses through a song. If the player hits the targets in time, their Thump’o’meter slowly rises, but if the player misses or hits out of time, the meter falls. Unlike typical rhythm based games, Thumpies uses a mechanic of bouncing in time instead of just a series of notes. One way to describe Thumpies is a rhythm game crossed with juggling.

The quirky art design of Thumpies is accompanied by a unique musical score composed by award winning industry veteran David Kerr. The music was crafted with game play in mind giving the player a harmonizing experience.
Players also have the chance to unlock progressively bizarre Thumpies by collecting different colored butterflies, that’s if the hungry Thumpies don’t eat them up on you first.
Thumpies is a game that will keep people of all ages hooked with its addictive, quirky and stylistic gameplay.

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**Ranking functions and SNS features will be provided in the near future.

**Recommended devices: Samsung Galaxy Series, HTC Desire or newer, Motorola Droid/Xoom/RAZR Series, Sony Ericsson Xperia Series, LG Optimus Series, Pantech Vega Series
**Please note that not all Android devices are supported nor guaranteed to be supported.

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Added support for Android 4.3

Comments and ratings for Thumpies
  • (16 stars)

    by Sora Colburn on 04/02/2014

    It was okay til I tried to play it today. First couple days were fun, no lag, it was perfect. Than I unlocked a bunch of songs, and thumpies, and it turned crappy. Bad lag, and it keeps freezing if I even try to start a song. Needless to say, I'm not buying another game from you guys Fix your game!

  • (16 stars)

    by Anael Lorimier on 04/01/2014

    The game is not working correctly, sounds lag and game crashes when playing. Hope it will be fixed soon, I love the gameplay.

  • (16 stars)

    by Raquel Gutierrez on 18/10/2013

    I bought it cause I liked it on my ipod and now I can have it on my phone, NOW IT WORKS!!!

  • (16 stars)

    by VB Humperdink on 14/08/2013

    WARNING - Played it once, now when I try to play it keeps taking me to the Play store, and won't open when I select "Open". WTH?? FIX IT PLEASE! Or give me a refund, please! Update-Developer isn't even responding to all of these complaints. DO NOT DOWNLOAD!!

  • (16 stars)

    by Linda Lewis on 28/07/2013

    Downloaded twice and could not open after paying for yhis app hope I get my money back as this is run by a bunch of rob dogs

  • (16 stars)

    by Alison X on 16/06/2013

    Fun game, but keeps crashing.

  • (16 stars)

    by Ryan Borer on 31/05/2013

    for some reason I lose all sound upon loading the first song.

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