After demand from consumers, Aussie indie developer SmallGreenHill has ported its anti-platformer to the smaller screens.
The game inverts the trend in platform games to have a player-controlled avatar negotiating various obstacles, instead allowing them to shift the platforms themselves around to create a clear path for the ever-rolling ball, being tasked with collecting certain items and hitting certain points on their way to the end of each level.
The original game Ball on a Wall was released for the iPad, with developer SmallGreenHill believing it impossible to make the game work on the smaller screen. After demand from its audience however, it relented and created Ball on a Wall Pocket, which comes with 50 new levels and is available today for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Ball on a Wall Pocket is available for AUD$0.99 here.
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