Life can sometimes be very stressful and there is more than one cure to beat stress. One of these is the app called Let's Break Stuff! To see whether it really works will be explained in today's app test review.
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Features & Use
Test device: Samsung Galaxy S2 (i9100G)
Android Version: 4.1.2
Applicable with versions 2.2 and later
Let's Break Stuff! Is an app to get rid of stress in which you find yourself in a room full of ruins where you need to break glass and porcelain with a slingshot and small rocks. Breaking plates, cups and bottles is actually really fun!
But it's not as easy as it seems. As soon as your finger touches the screen, the slingshot will appear which you then need to pull back and shoot. You can't re-aim nor can you put it down. Since you only have a certain amount of stones, you need to plan your tactic out beforehand. There are two arrows at the bottom on the screen to orientate yourself and allow you to swivel around the aim. The level is done when you've destroyed everything.
The 3D graphics are surprisingly awesome and the game physics are great. Even though the concept is simple, the realistic and detail-rich factors give it that extra added value. All in all there are 18 levels, and hopefully more soon.
Let's Break Stuff! Is a casual game to let out some steam and doesn't fuss around with long stories or endless game rules. It’s just fun. I can give it good marks because of the nice graphics, but I think it's a shame that there are only 18 levels.
Screen & Controls
Let's Break Stuff! worked fluidly the entire time and had no glitches.
Speed & Stability
There were also no crashes. Let's Break Stuff! Operates quite well and is very intuitive, as well as self-explanatory. The entire design was very impressive.
Let's Break Stuff! Can be obtained from the Google Play store for free and it's cool that you get that added value for something you didn’t need to pay for. It's shame about the 18 levels. However, if you are interested in building your own levels, you can buy the premium version.