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Furiously Match Lions And Turtles In Ark Saver [Review]


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I went into Ark Saver expecting it to flounder about like the Noah’s Ark mini game in Bible Adventures on NES. I’m incredibly surprised that it is not only playable but pretty addictive.

Ark Saver by Ignacio Bononi
Category: iOS Games
Works With: iPhone, iPad
Price: Free

The goal in Ark Saver is to match the next animal in a long line with its pair as quickly as you can. Each level gives you 30 seconds to pair 50 or more sets, and each level introduces more creatures to match. To get the highest score, you’ll need to maintain a combo streak that breaks every time you tap the wrong picture. Luckily, the only harm breaking a combo repeatedly has is decreasing your overall score.

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If you run out of time before you match all the animals, it’s an immediate game over. But, if you’re moving slow enough that the timer does expire, it’s probably a good idea to start over until you can rapidly tap the screen in confidence. The real challenge in Ark Saver is overcoming your reaction time. How quickly you can transfer visual information into reaction will impact your overall score in the game, which makes Ark Saver a great tool for children developing their motor skills.

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So, Ark Saver is a much better game than Bible Adventures and might help you improve your reaction time. Beyond all that, it’s pretty cute and free!

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Game Name: : Ark Saver
The Good: The challenge is based entirely on your motor skills. If you can tap things furiously and correctly, you’ll succeed.
The Bad: Ark Saver is pretty simplistic, so don’t expect an amazing story or much variety.
The Verdict It’s cute, it’s pixelated, and great for younger players!
Buy from: App Store – Ark Saver – Ignacio Bononi)



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