Another platform jumping game for the BlackBerry PlayBook - This time it's an Eggventure

By James Richardson on 29 Sep 2012 05:51 pm EDT

We have featured a few tilt controlled jumping games over the past couple of months and yet another pretty good one has hit App World this week for the BlackBerry PlayBook.

Eggventure sees you control one of six cute characters who you must guide, via jumping, up the screen collecting coins. There are bonuses to pick up along the way such as a magnetic field (which attracts coins), a jetpack and wings to make you fly super fast. Miss one of the platforms though and thats it - back to the start as your eggling will plummet to the ground.

Eggventure will set you back $0.99 and there are some in-app purchases available although I wasn't good enough at the game to get that far! If you fancy killing a few minutes then this game is worth checking out if you like this sort of thing. It isn't the most exciting game in the world but this style of game is loved my many and similar titles on other platforms have had huge succes. 

More information/Download Eggventure for the BlackBerry PlayBook

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Another platform jumping game for the BlackBerry PlayBook - This time it's an Eggventure


there must not be very many good apps for the playbook if you have to put a crappy game like this.. in a post on here

It is not fair to say it is crap. Graphics looks decent. Game looks fluid. What do you expect more from a jumping game?

Definitely a must buy for me:)

There must not be many nice looking women in your life if you have nothing better to do than spew negativity on a phone forum on a Saturday night....hint...get a puppy ;)

That wasn't very nice BB. I think the op was merely saying for such a groundbreaking device why am I being bombarded with what I consider these child's games.

Review something like Groovy Notes, something the majority of us would buy and use. We laugh at all the games on that "other platform", but when they are reviewed here (which seems like a lot lately) we see it as the greatest thing since sliced bread.

The funny thing is when the original op replied it was 6 in the evening, but when you replied it was 10 at night. 10 at night on a Saturday replying to such a post now who really needs a puppy.

Thats one of the reason I don't reply often because people like you see it as "spewing negativity" when what I took from it was all he was saying was, he wishes there was more quality reviews on apps.

Two things we should remember before jumping on each other,

#1 This is a forum.
#2 Some of us live in a Democracy.

The op poster didn't have to download it and then put a negative review. It's people like that who affect great app ratings in Appworld.

Haha James.

You *almost* completely hid your contempt when you said 99 cents.

Time to proxy up, baby!