New Android Game – Sale: HeroCraft Brings Some Sweets to the Android Platform

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  • 01 Feb 2013
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  • HeroCraft are among the most active developers in the mobile apps department with titles launching at a rapid pace for most platforms. Android is their top priority and their latest title offers a sweet taste to those willing to try it.


    The Play Store is one of the biggest source for games there is and its hard to find a title that is both original and entertaining these days. Catch The Candy can be hardly counted as original if not innovative in some areas in the puzzle games genre. The title is a new addition to the Store and it resembles the more popular Cut the Rope series though it brings various elements to keep it ahead of other titles in its category.

    Catch The Candy has only been reviewed 17 times at the moment of this article and all the scores are at the highest rating. The title brings colorful graphics and addictive puzzle-solving action where your task is to feed the cutesy purple creature who is simply addicted to candy. As you move through the levels you will find it’s not at all easy to follow the sticky tail with which to get at his favorite treat. You will work your way through increasingly tricky levels with a whole host of objects to negotiate by pulling and pushing, balancing, gripping and climbing to reach your goal.

    Catch The Candy is available for a launch sale price of only $0.99 on the Play Store.


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