An Essington based computer developer recently released his first game for the Android platform.
‘Puppet Rush‘ is amusingly described as “more fun than flicking bogies at your sister” and was developed by Essington resident Andy Penn in his spare time.
Puppet Rush is a fast paced puzzle game which requires quick reflexes and even quicker fingers. Guide puppets to safety by giving them the right directions. There are four different worlds and over 80 levels.
Players guide the puppets around the board into the portal while avoiding bots roaming the board. The puppets and bots all move in predictable paths by always turning right when hitting a wall head on, by following corners or by turning around when in a dead end.
Users on the Google Play Store have given Puppet Rush a top rating of 5.0 and one reviewer left the following comment: “Absolutely love this, can’t stop playing argh!“.
We believe that Andy is the first person from Essington to release an Android game, so if you’ve got an Android device why not head over to the Google Play store and help save the puppets?
Puppet Rush costs 50p and is available from the Google Play store.