Crabby Ball (My first game!)

Crabby Ball (My first game!)

Crabby bounce the ball with his head to collect starfish and win the level. Is some mix of 2D platformer, puzzle and casual sports. 

Current features:
– Bouncing ball physics simulation.
– Double jump.
– 36 Levels.
– Shrink and Grow, Slow-mo and Ball protection power-ups
– Moving platforms and Teleporting doors.
– Ship wheel triggers and pirates cannon.
– Collect Starfish, the Crabby Ball’s currency.
– Unlock and skip levels spending with starfish.

Crabby Ball (My first game!)
Rules:
– Don’t let the ball fall to the ground more than 2 times.
– Try to collect all Starfish and pass the ball cross the flag to win the level.
This game was made with Unreal Engine 4.
Currently available platforms: 
For android devices:

Crabby Ball (My first game!)
Crabby Ball on Google Play

The PC version is considered a “Demo” since a potential PC release would include many more additions and improvements:

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