Xbox Live: ‘Gerbil Physics’ Already Available on the Windows Phone MarketplaceMarch 13, 2012 1 Comment
Looks like the gerbils were in a huge rush as ‘Gerbil Physics’, the Xbox Live game of the week is already available on Windows Phone. Ready for 72 levels of destruction? If you said yes than download the game by using the link below.
Free to try – $2.99 to buy
Adorable gerbil destruction! Buildings formed of gerbils await destruction for your amusement using a variety of demolition tools. Use bombs, explosives and disintegrators to wreak havoc across multiple danger-packed worlds, earn Xbox LIVE Achievements and dominate your friends on the Leaderboards! A powerful physics engine ensures that gerbils respond to your mass detonations exactly as real gerbils might.
All is not well in the Kingdom of Gerbils! The King of Toads has imprisoned them in indestructible blocks for his evil pleasures. It falls to you to demolish the gerbil buildings and thwart the Toad King. Carefully plan a destruction strategy using disintegrators or just let rip with a barrage of powerful explosives. Complete levels cleverly or quickly to earn the elusive Wipeout badges and use your guile and intuition to earn Xbox LIVE Achievements. Multiple Leaderboards are available to show off your skills to your friends so you can bask in the glory of your explosive successes!
Gerbil Physics is suitable for all ages. Remember how much fun it was to kick down a sandcastle when you were 10 years old? This game is that feeling made digital. It is simple to play, has an intuitive interface, and is ideally suited to mobile gaming.
Gerbil Physics is a Windows phone exclusive ported from the highly rated and critically acclaimed Xbox 360 Indie game described by Kotaku as being “”as adorable as it is enthralling”". It has been wholly rewritten to suit the mobile platform, with a new state-of-the-art physics engine, glorious new art and animations, tons of cunningly designed levels and an awesome new theme tune.
No gerbils were hurt in the making of this game.Tags: Gerbil Physics, Windows Phone, WP7, Xbox LiveGames