Developer: Emantras Inc
Current Version: 1.0
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 36.9 MB - Download
After a successful run of Rafter for the iPhone and iPad, Emantras launches this popular game for the Mac. Get ready to play this addictive game on your Mac.
If you haven’t yet played Rafter, you just haven’t played. Rafter is a deceptively simple game that needs a little bit of physics and the perfect timing to hit your target. The game puts your problem solving skills and logic to test. All you need to do is to draw blocks (square, rectangle, long, short, thin, thick…) and launch them at the mines. A handy timer will keep ticking away till you master the trick.
For those of you who simply can’t get enough, rest easy. Rafter has 111 progressive levels of challenges. There are multiple solutions for each level. It’s up to you to figure out the best solution. And we’ve upped the ante by tying in your scores with the number of moves you make. The equation is simple. Each level has a fixed number of moves and the score increases when you solve the game using the least number of moves. And while you’re trying to do all this, make sure to watch out for swinging platforms, fans and other not-so-friendly objects! Now this should have nudged you enough to download Rafter right away. Go on. Get Rafter for your Mac now.
•A unique physics-based game where player can sketch objects of required sizes
•Five categories: Early Bird, Blown Away, Rolling Stones, It’s Complicated and Gold Mine
•Mac specific features like keyboard enabled onscreen controls
•Enhanced high definition graphics
•Choice of selecting the type of sketches between circle and rectangle
•111 levels with interesting level designs
•Put your drawing skills to test
•Choice of two themes (Classic and Gold)
•Dynamic 'gravity' control function
•Fan speed and buoyancy control
•Keyboard enabled onscreen controls
Most Helpful Reviews
weird - i like it but its kinda hard...
More Reviews for Current Version
Crashes on open in Yosemite - I hadn’t opened this game in a while. First time I opened it in Yosemite, it crashed. And kept on crashing.