Monday, November 29, 2010
Posted by Brad Wasson in "Windows Phone Talk" @ 07:00 PM
"Having already reached number two in the US app charts and being hand-picked as "App of the Week" by Apple (as well as being described by Destructoid.com as "insanely addictive"), The Impossible Game is now available for Windows Phone 7. You control an orange cube, and the only control is to jump by tapping the screen. The aim is to get as far as possible by jumping over spikes and jumping on blocks. Any mistakes and you go back to the beginning, and with an awesome soundtrack synced to the level it becomes incredibly addictive!"
Ok. You have been forewarned. If you have any susceptibility to addictive games then you definitely don't want to try "The Impossible Game". If you don't have 30 minutes to waste, then don't bother downloading this. If you only like games with multiple input requirements and intricate controls, then this is not for you. If you think you'd like to test out a game on your new Windows Phone 7 then you might want to try this, but proceed at your own risk. Remember, we warned you.