"Pure genius, and possibly one of the best side-scrollers I’ve ever had the pleasure to review on the iPhone!" - AppViews.dk Review************************************************INTRODUCTION:A little ball-bearing has never had it so tough...Your Mission: Collect as many gems as you can and last as long as possible in this action-packed game of survival.The Complication: Dynamite, laser-beams, and a bottomless pit must be avoided to elude your impending demise. Only the quick will survive...SUMMARY: Diaballic is an endless, side-scrolling action platformer in which you, a metal ball-bearing, must survive as long as possible. Platforms fly in from the right; you must navigate around obstacles and avoid falling to your death. For maximum points, however, collect the precious gems that come your way.FEATURES: - 4 difficulty levels: (Easy, Medium, Hard, & Diaballic) with faster scrolling-speeds. - Various kinds of obstacles, gems, and platforms to make you think before you leap. - Four different power-ups, ranging from a gem magnet to a low-gravity field. - Controlled, random level design, so no two games are ever alike! - Both GLOBAL and LOCAL high score lists for each difficulty level so you can compete with your friends. - Customizable control settings so you have no excuses for lackluster performance!CONTROLS: - Onscreen arrow buttons that you can place on either side of the screen. - A large "Jump" button. You can "double-jump" by tapping the button twice. (HINT: this ability is your lifeline!). - Controls have customizable transparency. Want to see the whole screen? Just make them disappear.Diaballic is both fast-paced and addictive. Games rarely last more than a few minutes, and if they do, you should ramp up the difficulty. Trust us, "Diaballic" difficulty is, well, diabolical. And don't worry, the slow-and-simple "Easy" mode will help beginners conquer the short learning curve.Happy leaping!NOTE: If you are experiencing any lag, try powering off and restarting your iPhone or iPod Touch. This step is often necessary after installing new apps and can make a big performance difference on older devices.
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