Rovios Amazing Alex hits iOS and Android

Rovio logoSo you love games eh? If youve been waiting for Rovios Amazing Alex on your Android and iOS device, then the waiting game is finally over. Rovio, a Finnish video game developer thats best known as the creators of the Angry Birds franchise, is announcing the availability of Amazing Alex on both mobile platforms. Essentially, the game has a set of 35 fully interactive objects that players will need to move. Players can enable the objects to bounce, pop, ricochet, bash, and crash into each other and create an elaborate Rube Goldberg device.

Even better, players can also share their most creative solutions with friends and see what they came up with. Amazing Alex is available on the iPhone for for $0.99, and the iPad for $2.99. For Android, theres a free version, a paid version for $0.99, and an HD version for $2.99. Were so excited for our fans to meet Amazing Alex, said EVP of Games, Petri Jarvilehto. Weve taken out time polishing a fantastic game and believe were created something fun and accessible for all ages. Weve had a lot of fun with the game, and we cant wait to see what our fans come up with!

Source: Ubergizmo

Tags: Android, computer games, iOS

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