Based in Melbourne, Australia
16th July 2015
Collect the diamonds and avoid the dangerous spikes in this fantastically addictive new game. Test your reaction time and your ability to concentrate on more than a single element at once. Utilising touch screen technology in a different way, this simple game features crisp colourful graphics and fun interactive sounds to draw you in and keep you playing. Spin the compass clockwise or anti-clockwise to avoid the nasty spikes as you direct your ball around the circle, collecting diamonds for points as you bounce. Simple to play but endless fun.
360 Degree is the latest and most popular game from The Mascoteers and the most popular to date with over 1 million downloads in the first month. The following of 360 continues to grow, creating huge buzz on social media, with fans all over the world sharing their best scores and challenging each other to break their records.
- Simple, intuitive functionality
- Colourful interactive design
- Addictive and fast paced
- Easy to learn but hard to master!
- Tap left or right to rotate the circle 360 degrees
- Test your reaction time and concentration as the spikes increase in number
- Collect the diamonds to gain points
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Australian game developer and publisher The Mascoteers are a team of talented, dedicated, creative individuals based in Melbourne and Dhaka with outstanding skills in developing innovative concepts, stunning designs and clever development.
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