Rovio releases Amazing Alex for Android and iOS

Rovio, the Finnish video game developing company that launched the immensely popular Angry Birds series, has now come up with a new game. Rovio recently launched a new title in their line-up, called Amazing Alex. The game is available in both free and paid versions for the Android and iOS platforms. However, the free version is available only on Google Play. The game will be launched on other platforms such as Windows Phone, Mac and Windows as well.

The title screen

The title screen

 

 

The description for the game states: “Players can set objects up to bounce, pop, ricochet, bash, and crash into each other and create an elaborate Rube Goldberg device! With a houseful of toys to play with, there’s more than one right answer. Players can share their most creative solutions with friends and see what they came up with. With 100 levels across four locations, there’s a whole world of creations to explore!

The story in Rovio's style

The story in Rovio style

 

 

We’re so excited for our fans to meet Amazing Alex,” said EVP of Games, Petri Jarvilehto. “We’ve taken our time polishing a fantastic game and believe we’ve created something fun and accessible for all ages. We’ve had a lot of fun with the game and we can’t wait to see what our fans come up with!

A simple puzzle

A simple puzzle

 

 

The game allows you to build your own levels using 35 interactive objects. The levels can then be shared with your friends or with the whole world. They state that with other fans constantly creating and uploading new levels, there are always new challenges to check out. Rovio claims, “Meet Amazing Alex, star of Rovio’s newest game! This whiz kid has a boundless imagination and a houseful of fun toys that can turn anything into a great adventure! From cleaning up his room to playing in his backyard, Alex creates amazing chain reactions to get the job done with the maximum amount of fun.

Another level

Another level

 

 

Rovio Amazing Alex can be grabbed off the iOS app store and Google Play for $0.99, or you can get the free version off Google Play for your Android device.


Published Date: Jul 13, 2012 11:10 am | Updated Date: Jul 13, 2012 11:10 am