If you are a regular viewer of our videos you may have seen that I'm not the greatest when it comes to puzzle games, but I'll put that one down to being impatient. I do however know a great BlackBerry 10 game when I see one and Pastry Push is a real beauty.
Like the title suggests - the concept is to push the pasty around the display and ultimately into the monsters mouth. The grid you play on is also full of obstacles though so swiping your pastry from point A to point B isn't quite as easy as it first sounds. And just to make things harder you are also up against the clock, which will be displayed in a bar at the base of the screen.
The graphics with Pastry Pusher are glorious. The colors are rich and bright and the game play is wonderfully smooth. In fact - I think I'll be brave enough to say that this one 'may' well end up being one of the most popular games on BlackBerry 10!
If you don't believe me you'll have to give it a go yourself.
The game uses swipe gestures to slide pastries along the maze with the objective of getting the pastry to feed Monster Moko. Using 3D graphics and a physics based environment, Pastry Push offers a unique strategy game experience. Also the game has gamepad support by which the user can get a console like gaming experience from the mobile device.
“With your mobile device connected to the gamepad and a display screen, users can experience the power of Mobile Computing with Pastry Push”, said Shashwat Pradhan, the Co-Founder of Refocus Labs.
With 2 episodes and 54 levels the game features hours and hours of engaging gameplay, all new gameplay mechanics, the ability to collect golden cherries and score stars for each level. Also more episodes will be added and will be available as a free upgrade.
Currently exclusive to BlackBerry 10, Pastry Push is also coming to Android, iOS, PC and Windows Phone in the coming weeks.
Priced at £0.75/$0.99, Pastry Push is available for all BlackBerry 10 devices - sweet!
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