Now that there is a small break in all the events and shows going on this Fall we are able to get back to some of our ongoing series of articles such as rounding up all the Android games on sale during the middle of each week as well as the end of the week. This mid-week round-up has some pretty solid games on sale right now for anyone interested in picking up a game or two.
We’ve talked about this game a couple of times in the past with Mediocre Games teasing everyone with the occasional screenshot here and there. Well it looks like we now have an official release date for the upcoming Sprinkle sequel called Sprinkle Islands. This new game will bring more physics-based puzzle action along with it but with some new game mechanics as well.
So here’s the back story: A heartless thief has stolen an old grandmother’s beloved green apples off her apple tree, and ol’ granny ain’t gonna sit there crying. Instead, she digs out her skates (probably from 50 years ago), dusts them off and sets off to nab the thief, and get what’s rightfully hers back.
After a few months of waiting after our initial preview for Mediocre’s next game Granny Smith, it has finally made its way onto the Google Play store today. From the developers of Sprinkle, Granny Smith has you playing as an apple loving granny who also doesn’t take kindly to anyone trying to steal her apples.
Mediocre, developers of the fantastic physics-based puzzle game called Sprinkle, are currently developing their next game for Android which will feature some bad ass grannies. Called Granny Smith, this new game is a platform racing game with a heavy emphasis on the physics.
Barely 72 hours after getting wind of a new version of the hit physics-based puzzle game Sprinkle but themed for kids, called Sprinkle Junior, it has arrived on the Android Market for all to enjoy. Let’s face it, it looks fun for us adults too.
Well this is a bit of a surprise and should make a lot of parents happy, that is if you let your young ones actually play with your Android devices if they don’t have one of their own. Mediocre, the developers of Sprinkle which is the rather excellent water-based physics puzzler is coming out with a more child friendly version called Sprinkle Junior.
Mediocre’s rather fun physics-based puzzle game for Tegra 2 devices, called Sprinkle, is now available for all Android devices sporting the Android OS version 2.3+. For those of you who haven’t yet bothered to check this game out due to it’s Tegra 2 exclusivity, this is a pretty unique physics-based puzzle game.
Mediocre’s rather popular physics-based puzzle game, Sprinkle, just received and update for those of you looking for some new content to play in case you’ve already finished all the levels it currently has. Aside from that though, there are some new little tweaks to the game as well.
Sprinkle is a new game coming to Android Tegra 2 devices today that we have been playing for a little over a week now here at DroidGamers. It’s a great little physics puzzle game where you control a crane with a powerful hose attached to it that you will use to solve each level in the game.