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  • Summary: Gremlin Presents…..Bounder’s World

    144 levels across 3 worlds of bouncing bonkers! Bounder’s World is a re-imagined version of the classic ‘80s game Bounder. Updated and re-invented for today’s gamers and iOS devices. Your challenge is to bounce Bounder from the start line to the
    Gremlin Presents…..Bounder’s World

    144 levels across 3 worlds of bouncing bonkers!
    Bounder’s World is a re-imagined version of the classic ‘80s game Bounder. Updated and re-invented for today’s gamers and iOS devices.
    Your challenge is to bounce Bounder from the start line to the finish line, collecting star, landing on targets and collecting bonuses. Don’t miss the checkpoints along the way to help you and make sure you use the funnels! Oh, and watch out for the swinging hazards and moving platforms, not to mention falling of the platforms!!

    There are 4 different game modes to play:

    Stars – collect as many stars as you can
    Targets – land on the target to collect them
    Speed – complete the level in the fewest number of bounces
    Demolition – land on as many building as possible, but only once!

    Each level has a hidden coin to collect if you want to get the highest score and all the achievements. Score all the achievements on all 12 levels in a world and unlock a further 36 levels per world!!

    And if that is not enough for you why not take on a friend in a head to head speed challenge over Bluetooth.

    Post your best scores to Game Center leaderboards.

    Bounder’s World will have you bouncing back over and over again.
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  1. Nov 1, 2011
    70
    Bounder's World is a worthy addition to the tilt-controlled action genre. There aren't any particularly innovative aspects to it, but the gameplay works and there's certainly enough content to keep you coming back. And besides, that anthropomorphic tennis ball is pretty damn cute.
  2. 70
    An excellent update of an almost forgotten British classic, and a promising start to the Gremlin Presents series.
  3. Sep 5, 2011
    50
    As comebacks go, Bounder's World never really gets out of first gear, and is a bit of a false start for Urbanscan's Gremlin reboot project. Maybe it's keeping the powder dry for Monty Mole.
  4. Jan 11, 2013
    40
    As basic and cheesy as 'Bounder's World' is, you might end up really liking it. Ignore the score and just drink in the music. It'll make you want to rip your eardrums out and hurl them at a passer by, but it'll make you feel young, happy and hopeful again. How many games can lay claim to that?