A 2D canon shooter game named Boonce has been introduced to the Windows Marketplace for the users of Windows Phone to download and play. The game has been developed by a father-son duo (Garry McMahon, 41, and Ed McMahon, 17) by teaming up with an artist named Robert Rule.
The game boasts of a plethora of authentic concepts and challenges. There are more than 100 levels in this game that are spread across two ‘decks’ – The Lab and The Science Lab. The objective of the player is to destroy different targets by following various methods and unlock the next level. Some targets are to be hit directly, while others require to bounce the ball first and then hit the target. When the player enters the next level, he/she is rewarded with a medal too. The beautifully designed levels and hand-drawn art are backed by a background soundtrack to suit the game’s fast-paced experience.
The trial version of Boonce comes with 28 levels to cross, and also includes a sneak preview of the second deck - the Science Lab deck. If you like what you experience in the second deck, you can buy the full version through the game itself.
Boonce is available at a price of U.S. $1.99 with a free trial on the Windows Marketplace.