Dizzy Bee Tilts and Twirls its Way to the Top

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Dizzy Bee
Developer: Igloo Games
Price: $0.99 Download on the App Store
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dizzy beeDizzyBeeFree is everything that a lite version should be — a teaser with all the quality of the of a paid app and gameplay that leaves you wanting more.

Start out with the free app, but know this: by the time you've made it through the first 4 levels you'll be a Dizzy Bee convert eager to pay $2.99 for 40 more levels of fun.

The goal of the game is to use the accelerometer to guide Dizzy Bee and help him save his fruity friends by tilting and turning your iPhone or iPod Touch. Along the way collect the flowers and avoid the baddies.

The graphics are saccharine sweet and busting with cuteness. However, the challenges are enough to keep even action-hunting heroes on their toes. Dizzy Bee is a perfect balance of substance and shine making innovative use of the iPod Touch and iPhone's built-in features — tilt and touch.

With 40+ levels and 5 bonus levels it's no wonder that Dizzy Bee reviewers often say they play for hours on end. Each level of Dizzy Bee is short and sweet so, theoretically at least, you can play a quick game whenever you have a few minutes. In practice, Dizzy Bee is a difficult game to put down.

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  • TheRealGomez

    Looks like a great game to show off the accelerometer within the iPhone.

  • Neal H

    I have heard a lot of developers rave about this game, seems like game for younger children.

  • Tyler Durden

    I actually liked this game, at first I was skeptical but as I started to play I couldn't put it down.

  • lalalori

    Don't let the cartoons fool you into thinking it's for kids. This game gets harder and harder as the levels go higher. I thought it would be fun for the kids I babysit, but now I play by myself all the time.

  • http://www.daygobye.com DayGoBy

    Once I saw this game in action I decided to try it out. That was over a month ago, and I still turn this game on and play from time to time. I like the concept. It's pretty fun and there's a ton of stages.