When David let me know about his game Leave Me Alone I was a little skeptical when I saw the simplicty of the screen shots he sent, but now that I have played Leave Me Alone for the PlayBook, I am hooked.
Do not let the simple interface fool you, this game is fun yet challenging and I find myself going back to completed levels to see if I can try new ways to complete the level.
The thumb navigator took me about a minute to get the hang of, but overall the user interface works great. One tip to keep in mind, is when you start a level you better start moving instantly.
This game is classified as an arcade style game, but it does offer some puzzle elements also as you try and navigate levels and accomplish your goal.
Details: This is a game about those sad times when the world just won’t leave you alone. At times like this, all one can do is try to make the most of it.
27 levels of heart-pounding, brain-fortifying bullets bullets bullets bullets, presented in startlingly minimal 1-color pixel nuggets. 6 enemy types; 3 material types; lots of beauty and grace. Enjoy!