Smart Apps For Android: FREE TODAY ONLY Dummy Defense (best Android kids apps)

Sunday, April 27, 2014

FREE TODAY ONLY Dummy Defense (best Android kids apps)

Dummy Defense is a engineering kind of app from the same developers who brought us Bridge Basher and Simple Physics. This time, the structures being built need to withstand attacks and be able to defend the Dummy who is sheltered within. This is a great app for older kids or gifted kids who need extending as it develops problem solving skills and a basic understanding of physics. Over 50 levels are included, which unlock as lower levels are achieved. You cannot pass this deal up, so go get it now while it is free!

External links to purchase other apps by the same developer from the app store


   $1.99 now FREE today only April 27, 2014
Available on Amazon Appstore

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The spin-off of SimplePhysics. Protect your dummy from explosions, boulders, spiked walls, and more!

Use the blueprints editor to design a structure that will protect your dummy, Melvin, from some random danger. You'll have to work with the available materials. Most of the time you'll use wood, sometimes you'll use concrete, but you must always use your most important asset: your brain.

A wise person once said: "An engineer is someone who can do for a dime what any fool can do for a dollar." In Dummy Defense, your design must not only be strong enough, it must be cheap enough to win. Building cheaper structures will earn you more stars on a level.

Create your design in seconds with the blueprints editor. If you make a mistake, simply tap the Undo button. Zoom in and out by pinching the screen and pan the view using a two finger drag.

While testing, you can see how the strain is distributed across your design. Areas that are under immense strain are colored bright red, while other areas are colored green. This allows you to find and fix problem areas in your design.

The slow motion slider lets you slow things down so you can see how your design is failing, and it is also incredibly fun to watch explosions destroying your design in slow motion.

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