Jun 16 AT 11:23 AM Anthony Domanico 34 Comments

Burn the Rope makes its way to Android

Big Blue Bubble (try saying that five times fast) has launched the Android version of their popular Burn the Rope application today. Burn the Rope is one of the top games on iOS, and with good reason; once you pick up this addictive platform puzzler, you’ll be hard pressed to put it down.

Burn the Rope is a free application (with an in-app premium option we assume ditches the ads) that features an impressive 112 levels at launch, with a promise from Big Blue Bubble that more are on the way soon. The included levels are both fun and challenging, and there’s also a user-submitted level of the day in case you finish the included levels before the new ones arrive.

Time will tell whether Burn the Rope is good enough to become one of the top casual games for Android, but the potential is certainly there. After spending 15 minutes with the game, I’m already feeling the urge to go back for more.

Burn the Rope is available on the Android Market for most Android 1.6+ devices. We did notice this application is not available on the Motorola Xoom tablet (and possibly other Honeycomb tablets) and could not be found on HTC’s Thunderbolt. ┬áIf you notice other devices, be sure to update us by leaving a comment below. If Burn the Rope does work on your device, let us know what you think of it in the comments.


Via: Android Guys

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