Bouncy Bits

Bouncy Bits

Bouncy Bits is a free game for Android that will test your nerves. A lot. Why? Read on to find out!

This app takes you to a fantasy world full of cubes. In fact you are one such cube that jumps. The goal is to get as far as possible but there are obstacles in the way. It is your job to time your jumps in the right way and survive as a hit in an obstacle will instantly kill you.

The game features rather interesting graphics – everything is cube-shaped or is made of tens, if not hundreds, of cubes. Everything looks like taken straight out of Minecraft and this is a distinct feature of this game as all this is done on purpose. Since we are all dealing with cubes this means that Bouncy Bits is a 3D game and indeed it is. The game has nice sound as well.

Why would Bouncy Bits test your nerves like we said a minute ago? Well, the game is incredibly difficult and this is another feature of the game. The difficulty of the game is even featured in the game description on Google Play so you have been warned! This game is definitely for people who love to be challenged.

Bouncy Bits is a nice game but you must be ready to fail a thousand times while playing. If this is the case with you, you will like the game. If not, then this game is not for you.

Bouncy Bits is here in Google Play.

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