Batonic: A Game of Balance

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Batonic: A Game of Balance

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Android Games - Arcade 3.0 November 27, 2016 4.29

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Version 3.0 released on November 27, 2016
• By popular demand, we completely redesigned the complexity of all Batonic levels to make the game more accessible for players of all ages and skills. No more of the boring, too-easy-too-long levels — but also no more so-difficult-as-to-be-almost-impassable monstrosities! (Well... maybe except the final Day 10!) Overall, the game of Batonic is much more dynamic and fun in this version.

• A number of visual tweaks make the Batonic creatures even more funny and weird!

• Several bug fixes.

Version 2.0 released on August 27, 2016

Version 1.0 released on July 23, 2016

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App Description

Batonic is a fast, frenzied, fun-filled 2D arcade game of skill and balance. Prop the baton on the tip of your finger — and deflect hordes of creatures that fall from the sky trying to strike you out of balance.

This is a game of reaction, agility, and physical intuition: you need to be constantly alert and quick to right the tilt. With a simple premise but challenging, addictive, adrenaline-filled gameplay, Batonic tests your agility and precision, your ability to learn and adapt.

You were just trying to practice with your baton... but the sky is teeming with creatures mysteriously attracted to circus performances. Hapless Bubbels, sit-happy Squabs, nosey Triangels will bomb you down unless you juggle them off with your flamboyant magic baton. Become a master twirler: Shrink them all into nothingness!

The game is divided into Days (levels) of increasing difficulty, each with a different set of conditions — winds, gravity, types and behaviors of the creatures. The first Days are easy enough for a preschooler, but surviving to the end of Day 10 (even though you have nine spare batons when you start) is no mean accomplishment for any adult.

Winds and gravity change, creatures bounce, stick, explode, your own baton sometimes behaves like a wild horse... luckily, playing Batonic is a learnable skill — the more you play it, the better you get at it. And sometimes, the very threats that bombard you can help you stay afloat!

Key features:
- Unique new concept
- Fast, adrenaline-filled gameplay
- Difficulty ranging from easy to insane
- Realistic physics
- Funny graphics and catchy music

It might remind you such casual physics games as "One Wheel - Endless" by Orangenose Studio or
"Balance Blox" by EntwicklerX, or numerous versions of Bricks Breaker arcades but with a greater feeling of freedom which only flying in the empty sky can give you!

Batonic is made by Lifemakers, a small independent game studio based in Canada. Our philosophy is simple: the best games are those that are exciting but simple, overwhelming but nuanced, and at times bewildering — just like life.

P.S. Recommended for airline pilots (upset recovery training). Seriously. Try it.

P.P.S. Too bad we couldn't make Batonic an olympic sport in time for Rio. We're working on that!

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