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Not quite as simple as it looks, but not very challenging either. Or, should say, simple to win, just not simple to obtain 3 stars on every level. Otherwise: No glitches, cute graphics, smooth, though a bit slow transitions. There is 1 immediate off ad and one ad that lasts between 5 and 15 seconds before you can it off between levels - which is better than a lot of other games. Overall nothing exceptionally unique or bad, just a fresh bubble shooter game. Hope the devs hold improving this one. So far so good, now just create it noteworthy and memorable.
A very obvious rip on Hello Neighbor. Controls are a joke, android game makes no sense. It's a prime example of a developer trying to piggyback on the success of another developer. I gave this application the benefit of the doubt despite the reviews and all of them are true. Don't waste your time on this game. Just scroll to the bottom and flag it as a copy cat so it's eventually removed
This android game is 100 percent misleading from the name to the screenshots to the loading screens this android game is not what you think it is. The video test is horrific with an simple wy to obtain out of the map and not being able to come back in and the clunky controls I couldnt even enter tbe guys house without being caught. So all in all do not obtain this application it is a waste of time and is just trying to obtain the fast downloads.
....with one caveat; this is not the full album. This may sound obvious, but under the full album, where it links to an MP3 version, it brings you here instead of to a digital ver of the whole album. I don't regret this mistake, as the international and live versions are great, and Heroes is one of my favorite songs (and honestly, this song deserves to be heard in German). But be wary of making the same mistake that I made.
First, I should say that I consider Bowie to be brilliant. I have been listening to him since 1973 when my cousin said to me, "Ever hear of David Bowie?" No, I said, and at that point we listened to both "Hunky Dory" and The Rise and fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars". My musical globe changed. (Think the first time you heard King Crimson- In the Court of the Crimson King) That kind of change!! So, anything David Bowie releases I search a zone for and some of it I like more than others. This has some really amazing things on it and some OK things on it. Nothing I dislike totally, but I would not consider it a 5 star recording. It's David Bowie, so of course even on a poor day, he is method beyond everyone. What fascinates me with Bowie, is sometimes you listen to things and they don't immediately jump out at you, and then suddenly you go, "OHHHHHH", now I obtain it. We mear morals sometimes have to catch up to the Rock Gods!!! As Bowie is one.
[This review is based on the digital, MP3 ver of "HEROES". These tracks are the same from the 1999 remasters.]Fans of Bowie are probably beautiful familiar with the story by now. Coming off the heels of his album STATION TO STATION, Bowie found himself pushed to his limits by his crippling cocaine addiction. In an effort to change his life and escape his drug use, he fled to Berlin with Iggy Pop and producer Brian Eno. In Berlin, Bowie's creative process would become revitalized; the method that he envision melody was fundamentally changed. From late 1976 to 1979, he would make a trio of albums that would stand as some of his most memorable and enduring work: LOW, "HEROES", and one may expect of Bowie, "HEROES" sounds nothing like HUNKY DORY, ZIGGY STARDUST, or YOUNG AMERICANS. It doesn't even sound like the same songwriter is at work either. A lot of of these songs reject traditional songwriting conventions, and search Bowie in a writing melody unlike anything he ever did (or would ever do again). The first half of the album is stacked with the more conventional songs on the album. While the eponymous "Heroes" is the most accessible, it is surrounded by other gems that may be less immediate to those unfamiliar with Bowie. The latter half of the album is occupied with a trilogy of instrumental tracks: the secretly sinister "Sense of Doubt," the ambient "Moss Garden," and the smokey/chilling "Neukoln." The final track "The Secret Life of Arabia" snaps the album back into focus, like waking out of a dream. It's a head-bopping, uptempo song that borders on experimental disco. The difference between this track and the preceding instrumentals is jarring, but the song works well to repeat right back to the first track "Beauty and the Beast.""HEROES" includes guitar work from Robert Fripp (of the legendary progressive rock band King Crimson). Much like Stevie Ray Vaughan's turn in LET'S DANCE, the guitar work here is tastefully done. It doesn't stand out or demand attention, but Fripp's work does well to layer and texture these songs. Similiarly, Bowie's saxophone does amazing to blend in (like in the title track), and adds a chilling echo in "Neukoln."This album is wonderful, but LOW still stands as my favorite of the trilogy. Often overlooked, "HEROES" it is a tour-de-force of creativity. For listeners unfamiliar with Bowie, I would recommend starting with his earlier work and working forward. Otherwise, LOW might be another amazing starting point (as it essentially rebooted Bowie's career), and its melody is a small less alienating than some of the tracks here. Standout tracks to sample/download: "Heroes," "Beauty and the Beast," and "The Secret Life of Arabia." Unbelievable album -- give it a listen!
I have to admit that my favourite Bowie period spans the albums that begin with "Hunky Dory" till "Aladdin Sane" although I liked "Station to Station" a amazing but truth be told up until "Scary Creatures ..." I thought he didn't really have any really poor album although if I had to pick my favourite of the Berlin Trilogy albums it would be "Low". This album though continues the same formula as "Low" with a combination of vocal tracks and instrumental soundscapes and while the iconic title track is a major highlight the album overall isn't Bowie's best work up to then although it's still miles better than anything he did after "Scary Creatures ...."With regards this mini-lp replica sleeve (mlps) release though this is a beautiful decent offering with very amazing sound quality and amazing enough mlps design and assembly containing as well a foldout containing all the lyrics in both English and Japanese. Thankfully this older release hasn't been compressed to the point of muddiness and I went out of my method to obtain this older release not trusting the newer releases which tend to be involved in the "loudness" battles these days.Overall this is a decent mlps release and while this is no "Ziggy Stardust ..." it is still a powerful Bowie outing being well mastered for amazing sound quality to commended!
Absolutely brilliant app, used today for Halloween and the reaction from both parents and trick treaters was priceless, had so much fun and will definitely be using again next year. I don't for apps, but if this had a I would've it that's how amazing it is 🎃😁🎃
Application does what it claims to do and does. I was able to use this latest year Halloween night during the time Trick or Treaters showed up at the door. I was able to spook some of them good. The only thing I want was it was a bit more frequent in playing the sounds.