|Pop Flux by Nullspace Garage, LLC|
All Versions: N/A
Rank: #186 in iPad Apps (Free Apps)
Recent Rank Change: -33
Peak Rank: #153
Current version: 1.0
Release date: 2012-08-01
Tracked for 286 days
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★★★★★ YOU NEED A CAMERA ON THE SAME SIDE AS THE SCREEN TO PLAY! ★★★★★
If the game is crashing each time you start it, it is likely that you don't have a front camera. In the next update, unsupported devices will fail more gracefully.
Pop Flux is a fast-paced augmented reality game that puts you on the screen and in the action.
Jab, poke, or head-butt bubbles as you bob and weave to avoid danger -- all without touching the screen!
Using cutting-edge computer vision techniques, Pop Flux utilizes the front camera on your iPhone or iPad to detect your position and motion precisely and smoothly. Interact with both friendly and dangerous virtual objects as you pass through thirty diverse, increasingly-difficult levels.
Pop Flux is great on the iPhone and even better on the iPad.
✓ Game-play is best on the iPhone 4S, iPad 2, and the new iPad.
✓ Due to its single-core processor, Pop Flux is not recommended for the iPhone 4.
✓ A FRONT CAMERA IS REQUIRED. DO NOT DOWNLOAD IF YOUR DEVICE DOES NOT HAVE A CAMERA ON THE SAME SIDE AS THE SCREEN.
RESPONSES FROM EARLY REVIEWERS
★ "The game's fluid, continuous motion is unique and quite enjoyable."
★ "Novel. I didn't know this was possible."
★ "Challenging and fun."
★ "I'm shocked at how accurately it tracks my movements with close to no lag."
★ "Loving it."
★ "I can almost feel the bubbles as I pop them, and when I get sliced by a ninja star, it kinda hurts."
★ "How come there are no zombie chickens?"
★ "More! More!"
HOW TO PLAY
Prop up your iPad or iPhone on a table or counter, then step back a couple feet. That's it! A Smart Cover works great for propping up an iPad. Any thin book or object works great for an iPhone.
A few suggestions for an optimal playing experience:
-If any people or things are moving within the camera's view, they will adversely affect gameplay.
-Make sure the room's light level is not too low, but also avoid bright lights within the camera's view.
-Your iPad/iPhone must be stationary. If it moves, tracking is disrupted and the game will pause.