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Haven’t you played the Helix Fall yet for free? You should!
This game’s offline version is probably installed on a billion devices all over the globe. People really liked this free game and use it to train their agility of thinking and movements.
The way of its implementation is another option of what you might have got used to:
• instead of open sections in the saucers that you jump on, here are some cracks that you have to hit to make a saucer open and let you through
• instead of limiters and the otherwise-colored sections of saucers here, you see the sharp small cones and long cut cones that perform the same function – kill the jumping ball
• the goal of each level stays the same though – rotate saucers in order to reach the bottom of this saucer tree.
Once, we’ve been wondering: in the real world, what possible power makes the ball hit saucers and jump with non-decreasing amplitude. And we have no better explanation than to suppose that this ball is electrically charged and each time it hits the ground, it gets another frequent charge of electricity that makes it jump up again in this online free game. This explains its constant need in jumping and also hitting the wrong zone that disallows the further jumping, as they do not carry the electric charge. Is it right or wrong? We don’t know but it’s nice to think about such stuff to train the brain during the play.
Game Title: Helix Fall