(Photo courtesy of Ghost Crab Games)
In it, you’re a wide-eyed creature working a whole slew of jobs in a colorful world, and you can’t make one mistake. The developers describe it as a “fast-paced reflex game.” It’s out for Android and iOS tablets.
The game has been downloaded more than 125,000 times since its launch in early July, said Ghost Crab’s Chris Hoopes. It also made No. 5 on iTunes’ free iPad app list.
Bungle! is an ad-based game, so Ghost Crab makes money when users install a game that was advertised on it. Users can also buy out of ads by paying $1.99.
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