50 - 100 downloads
- Board size can be customized
- Needs more game modes
- No online leaderboards
Inertia is a mind-breaking puzzle game
As you can see in the screenshots, Inertia is set in very simple graphics. I agree, it needs some revamping work. However, don't be just fooled by that, the game's concept is engaging anyway. You guide this drop, Binny, who wants to collect all the stars in each level. The problem is there are some bombs in the path and he can't stop sliding unless a wall, a border or a "home" stop it. You'll have to rack your brains to grab all the stars in each level.
Fortunately, you can "undo" the last move if a bomb blown you up accidentally. You can set game's difficulty by editing the grid board size: set board columns and rows. That will determine the amount of stars you've to collect too.
Despite the graphics, the game can keep you glued to the screen. However, it certainly should be visually enhanced.
Binny is a small green game character sitting in a grid full of obstacles. Your goal is to help Binny to collect all the stars without running into any bomb.
BINNY:- You can move Binny in any orthogonal or diagonal direction. Once Binny starts moving, it will continue within the grid bounds until something stops it.
WALL:- A wall directly in binny's path will stop it (but if Binny is moving diagonally, he will move through a diagonal gap between two other walls without stopping).
HOME: - When Binny moves on to a home, he will stop moving no matter what direction he was going in.
STAR:- Stars do not stop the Binny. Binny picks them up and keeps on going.
BOMB:- Running into a bomb is fatal. If Binny run into a bomb and die, you can use the Undo function and resume playing from before the fatal move.
Even if Binny picked up the last star in the same move which then hit a bomb, the game will count you as dead rather than winner.
Tap on the screen to move Binny in one of the possible eight directions (straight and diagonal) with respect to Binny's current position.
This game can be played on any board :- 5 x 5 for easiest and 30 x 30 for hardest (if your screen support it). Adjust board for your screen to get the best out of game.
If you like the game, please rate it or mail me your suggestions. Thanks!!!
v1.0 - First version
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
There was only one way to approach a star, and it had a bomb behind it.