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Description

Bounce up to 200 multi colored balls on your screen. Set the number, press play, and you're away. The balls bounce using simulated gravity toward the bottom of the screen. You can also temporarily add an attractor in both versions, just by tapping and holding the screen. The balls will gravitate toward your finger. Great to keep the children and parents amused too. Watching the balls is strangely hypnotic and relaxing.

Available on

PC

PC

mobile device

mobile device

Version notes

Version number: Varies by device

Versions 2.3-2.4.3 This version fixes a problem on Windows 10 where the balls won't bounce until you visit the about page or the program won't start at all. Version 2.01 This new version supports use of the accelerometer on tablets, if it's available.

Features

  • Relax watching the balls bounce
  • Enjoy the hypnotic patterns

System Requirements

Minimum
OS Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone 8.1, Windows Phone 8
Architecture ARM, x86, x64
Recommended
OS Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone 8.1, Windows Phone 8
Architecture ARM, x86, x64

Additional info

Published by
E Wieser
(C) 2012-2015 Wieser Software Ltd, All Rights Reserved


Approximate download size
269.36 KB - 726.01 KB


Category
Entertainment



This app can
Use your device network services
Use any of your Windows Phone sensors


Installation
Install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.


Language supported
English (United States)


Publisher Info
Publisher Website
Publisher Support


Additional terms
Bouncing Balls privacy policy
Bouncing Balls license terms
Reverse engineering of this software prohibited.



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Rating:2/5

11/19/2016

Edward

Platform: PC

needs work

The balls bounce against the bottom of the screen, but they don't bounce against each other. So if one ball approaches another, the two don't see each other and so they pass through each other with no change in trajectory. Also, there is now way to "reduce" the simulated gravity. Consequently, the balls bounce only for a very short time before they come to rest at the bottom of the screen. Hypnotic, it's not. Relaxing, it's not. Try the free trial first; you won't want to waste your money on this product as it stands.

One person found this helpful.

Rating:2/5

12/12/2015

April

Platform: PC

age level

Depends on what age group this was intended for. Babies would love it but I, looking for a REAL game, was very disappointed

One person found this helpful.

Rating:1/5

5/13/2014

User

Platform: Mobile

Trial version could not be made to work at all. I'm really glad I didn't buy it without trying it.

Rating:/5

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