Fling dinosaurs at cavemen in Dino Clash on Facebook
Qublix’s Dino Clash is growing fast on Facebook, with the physics puzzle game having over 443,000 monthly active users (MAU) on Facebook. The game is similar to Angry Birds, as players are challenged to defeat cavemen by flinging them at stone and rock formations from a slingshot.
In Dino Clash, a group of dinosaurs has been captured and put to work in the fields by cavemen. In an effort to reclaim their freedom, the dinosaurs use their bodies to destroy cavemen towns, all with the player’s help. Each level has a different layout and quantity of structures, and gives players a limited number of moves to defeat all of the cavemen on the screen.
Players earn bonus points for clearing debris, in addition to cavemen, from the screen, and also receive bonus points for each dinosaur “shot” they have left when they complete the stage. These points relate to star levels on each stage, encouraging gamers to go back and try previously completed levels to increase their high scores.