Bengal - Game of Gods
Great Popper Game
I love the Popper games and the challenge they offer. This is a great game. Keep games like this coming. The graphics are great and the play is fantastic.
October 2, 2013
So awesome to play that my moms addicted.
March 25, 2013
Popper with a twist
Based on 1-hr trial: I quit playing marble poppers because they got rather boring for me. However, this one seems very simplistic at first glance, but I does have a fun twist to it: at random intervals, the track changes position and sudddenly your line of marbles is somewhere else. Although I didn't lose a life until level 27, trying to shoot through gaps and hit monkeys kept me entertained the entire hour. I will probably buy this game during the next sale, just to have a marble popper.
February 28, 2013
The entire game was just that..ho-hum. Nothing really good, nothing really bad, just slightly entertaining but I got bored quickly.
June 15, 2012
Not even a remote challenge to this game.
I have to admit I have to be in the right frame of mind to play one of these ball-breaking games. Tonight, I was in that frame of mind but the game disappointed me greatly.
The graphics were only passable. My "feline friend" who was the ball shooter looked so much like Chester the Cheetah from Cheese Puffs I was easily distracted. But, then, maybe that was the point. The music wasn't even "twangy" but more "twingy". The sound effects were annoying, especially Chester's.
The gist of the game is the same old-same old. Shoot a colored ball into a running conveyor belt of multi-colored balls to make a match of 3 or more to destroy them; Get bonuses. In this game there is a golden monkey that pops up and if you shoot it, you get extra .... something or other.
As I leveled up and no challenge was forthcoming, I was afraid I wouldn't last to the end of the demo and I really dislike NOT finishing a demo. It doesn't seem right to post a review on an unfinished one. Well, my thoughts anyway. In any case, by level 10 I said to myself: Self, if we make it to level 15 with no challenge, we quit. Level 15 came and went and still no challenge. So, here it was, the final self-ultimatum. I would go to level 20 or 100,000 points and if there was STILL no challenge, I'd just quit.
At level 20 and with 16 lives and over 100,000 points and STILL no challenge, I quit. Fortunately, there were only 12 minutes remaining so I felt I could give a fair review.
At times, I wondered if the goal of the game was NOT to keep your line of moving balls from getting .... somewhere bad that would make you lose the level, but to shoot as many gold monkeys as you could. I never saw anything threatening my moving line of balls.
This would be a great game for a beginner into this genre of game play. I didn't see a place to enter my profile name. There were no choices of Quest, Adventure, Timed or anything else. It was just a straightforward game. Very relaxing ..... going w-a-y beyond relaxing to boredom for me, personally. Definitely not a purchase for me.
I'll recommend the game only because I'd like you to try the ONE thing I liked about the game. In some levels, the moving line of balls would shift ... that was pretty cool.
November 26, 2014