Nutty Fluffies Rollercoaster Review: Funny Childish Game With Rollercoasters and Great Physics (Video)

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  • 08 Apr 2013
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  • Since we had a chance to play with the Nexus 10 tablet, we also had fun with a bunch of games, including Nutty Fluffies Rollercoaster, a free game from Ubisoft. As the name says, the title is sort of a rollercoaster simulator, but focused on the fun side of this rolling adventure.

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    The title takes up 40 MB of space and includes 30 crazy rides that you’ll go through by filling carts with mice, cats, dogs, pigs and elephants. You start off with wooden coasters and evolve to metal ones, then get upgrades like rockets and magnets, as well as jump jets. Tracks include huge loops, areas with missing train tracks and all sorts of uphill and downhill crazy angles.

    You can control the gas and the brakes of the device by swiping to the right and right respectively. Each of the pets that you’ll sit on your coaster will give you bonuses, so the cats for example double the number of hearts you can collect. The idea is to collect as many hearts as possible and at the end of the level you’ll get cash for those. You should also try to keep your critters in the cart, so they won’t end up… dead.

    The physics of the title are good, especially the part when the carts fall from the sky. We give the game an 8.5 out of 10 and you can get it from here.

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