vRad Games Released Their Puzzle Game Angry Bulls for Android

vRad Games has launched its physics based puzzle game Angry Bulls for Android.

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Angry Bulls Game Play

Angry Bulls Game Play

Bulls hate red. Remove the red objects near from bulls and make bulls happy! Click on the shapes to destroy it.

Delhi, India (PRWEB) March 14, 2014

vRad Games, a leading mobile game developer from India, released their physics based puzzle game Angry Bulls in Android Market. Bulls hate red shapes. The goal of this puzzle game Angry Bulls is to make bulls happy by removing red objects from the screen. The objective of this puzzle game is to remove red blocks and shapes without any green shapes falling off the screen. First some levels in the Angry Bulls are simple and only require to remove red objects to solve the puzzle. But in later stages the gravity of certain shapes to different directions makes the levels more difficult.

Game play of this puzzle game is available on YouTube.

Below are some of the features of this physics based puzzle game:

  • In-game tutorial to learn how to play this puzzle game.
  • Angry Bulls starts out easy with in-built tutorial but later the levels are pretty difficult.
  • Internationalization is enabled in the Angry Bulls for 14 different languages (English, Chinese, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian and Spanish). All texts shown in this puzzle game will be in the language which is configured in the mobile.
  • The score can post to social networks like Facebook

The puzzle game Angry Bulls can be downloaded from Android Market for free. Angry Bulls is available worldwide in English, Chinese, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian and Spanish.

Press Kit of the puzzle game Angry Bulls can be downloaded from the website of vRad Games.

vRad Games, a mobile game developer headquartered in India, develops games and applications for Android, iPhone, Windows Phone and Blackberry devices.