Wobbles is a 2D side-scrolling puzzle game where you must assist your Wobbles to advancing their civilization through the ages. Place platforms and gadgets to navigate your Wobbles around obstacles in their way. In each world you advance your Wobbles' civilization, leading them to construct new monuments to assist them as they progress through the ages. Each monument will become a new platform for you to place, with it's own unique ability. Bring your Wobbles from the stone age, all the way through time, to modern and beyond into the future.
Today, we revealed the second, third and fourth era in our upcoming mobile game, Wobbles for iOS and Android.
The second era takes players to Roman times introducing them to the aqueduct, while the third era brings players to Medieval times and introduces them to the tunnel. The aqueduct allows the Wobbles to land safely in a pool of water after a high fall, while the tunnel gives the Wobbles the ability to burrow through terrain to new locations.
Finally, the fourth era takes players to industrial times, introducing the Wobbles to the iconic fuel/lubricant of the times, Oil. Oil allows the Wobbles to slip forward at high speeds, and when combined with the other gadgets, allows for dynamic and crazy gameplay.
Some screenshots for these eras can be found below, or on the game’s official page here on our website. Let us know what you think, and be sure to stay up to date with Play Nimbus and Wobbles by following us on Twitter and liking us on Facebook!
Play Nimbus reveals the very first world (also known as eras) in their upcoming mobile game, Wobbles. In Wobbles you play as a godly figure, guiding a...
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