Treasure Bounce

Treasure Bounce

Treasure Bounce is a game that left us with good feelings and impressions. The reason is easy to guess – the game is simple, addictive and fun!

The app is all about hunting treasures but you will be doing this in a rather unusual way. You will be given a gun with which you will be aiming at golden coins and when you hit them they become yours. There are at least several of them so you will have to touch and claim all of them before you can successfully finish a level. In addition the number of shells (which are actually balls that can jump around) is limited so you will have to aim quickly and in some cases rely on pure luck to be successful. Treasure Bounce also has numerous levels to complete so the fun is guaranteed for a long time to come. Moreover each level is a bit harder than the previous one so things will get more challenging and even tough rather quickly. We have nice words in the graphics and sound departments too – Treasure Bounce has nice playful music that complements the game in a great way and really beautiful 2D graphics so rest assured that your eyes will get a visual treat.

Treasure Bounce is a perfect solution for people who want to kill some time or simply have fun. The app is free, runs on nearly all Android devices and nearly does not have a learning curve. All you need to do is download the app and then run it – you will be in for some great time!

Treasure Bounce is here on Google Play.

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