10,000 - 50,000 downloads
- Smart gaming
- Great graphics
- It needs more controlling options
+ By BANDAI NAMCO Games
A puzzle game about gravity and traps
The basic concept behind Lazy raiders brings us back to those old wooden mazes you had to tilt to get a marble to the goal. Here the marble is a fat and lazy archaeologist looking for lost treasures, and we have to move all the world around him so he falls wherever we want to. Traps and dead-ends will add some thrilling to the action.
Game's played by dragging your finger (no, surprisingly no option to play by tilting) and double tapping to flip the world upside down, which is necessary to avoid some traps or open some doors. There are eighty levels, divided into different worlds (Aztec ruins, the Arctic...).
Lazy raiders is a smart game, able to entertain you for days and weeks, and a great example of how smart gaming should be.
In Lazy Raiders, you have to help Dr. Diggabone, a lazy, greedy, and funny archaeologist gather lots of money so that he can retire early. Unlike most traditional heroes, Dr. Diggabone isn’t quite the hands-on type of person. That’s where you come in! You don’t move Dr. Diggabone—you move the world around him!
IT WILL SPIN YOUR WORLD!
Tilt, spin, and flip the world around the Doctor in a gravity-defying quest so that he can find hidden ruins and recover lost relics! Oh! And watch out for those traps! The good Doctor’s pain threshold can only handle so much!
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Minor Bug Fixes
It was funny
Bad game ... Confuse
Download in wifi very long time......
Fun game. Don't like ads in a paid game.
I'm sorry to say it gets less fun as you go. The levels get larger which means you have to zoom way out to see what you need to do AND keep from getting killed. But when zoomed out, the details are so tiny I still can't see what I'm doing. And I have good eyes. Time limits are unrealistic. But the graphics are good and It's ok if you don't care about your score. Suggestions: ditch the ads when pai
be displayed advertising after you pay for the full game!!!!!!