London, United Kingdom, July 18, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Following in the wake of the mega successful "The 2048 game," a new app for iPhone users is to be released by the man who brought you Flappy Chappy, Light Racer, Daring Dates, PainBook and Round2it.
Splosher is a single tap game, which combines stunning graphics with a realistic physics engine.
Users simply tap on the screen to generate a ball, then hold the phone flat and balance the ball on the screen.
The purpose is to get and keep as many balls on the screen as possible for the longest time. Simple... Or is it?
The balls stay on the screen using the phone's gyro - like trying to balance a load of marbles on a floor tile. The longer you remain in the game, the more points you win.
The most frustrating bit comes when the game ends if the ball hits the edge or another ball.
Mark Van Der Spuy, Splosher's creator, said: “People are using their phones for everything now and the rise in popularity of game apps on phones is overwhelming.
"Splosher is annoyingly addictive yet so simple, even my two-year-old loves it. It is guaranteed to keep gamers hooked for a very long time."
The game is completely free to download and users can challenge friends via Gamecentre, Facebook or Twitter to see who can get the highest score.
It's also a great opportunity to test reaction times and compare with the times of friends.
Splosher is available free through iTunes and the Apple App Store.