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    OUYA Developer Bram Stolk's Avatar
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    Jan 2013
    Vancouver, BC

    The Little Crane That Could - Abraham Stolk

    Game: The Little Crane That Could
    Author: Abraham Stolk
    Release: march 2013

    I'm proud to announce that The Little Crane That Could is a launch title for the OUYA.
    After racking up 7M+ downloads on iOS and Android, you can now play the best crane simulator game on the big screen.

    Try the first six levels for free, and play all 25 levels with a single $3.99 in-app-purchase.

    • Realistic Physics.
    • Real Time Shadowing.
    • Full HD rendering at 1080p at 50 FPS.
    • Diverse set of challenges and puzzles.
    • Cranes, Forklifts, Trucks, Skid Loaders and even a SkyCrane Helicopter.

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    OUYA Developer sonofbryce's Avatar
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    Mar 2013
    Los Angeles

    I loved this game on Android! So much fun (and frustrating, haha!)

    Be sure to check it out!

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    OUYAForum Fan d_brennen's Avatar
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    Jan 2013

    Yeah it looked really good on Android, will be a purchase from me

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    Administrator Brian-Krassenstein's Avatar
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    Jul 2012
    Cape Coral, Florida, United States

    Downloaded this game today and it's a blast. Only got to the 5th level but it's a challenging addicting game. Good job

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    OUYAForum Fan user82's Avatar
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    Dec 2012

    I tested the game today.
    It was much more fun than i expected from such a simple concept. Great work!

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    OUYAForum Devotee Outlander999's Avatar
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    Jan 2013

    I tried it.

    Fun, with original concept.
    That game deserves attention
    If you don't try, you'll never know.

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    Administrative Queen of Evil RiotingSpectre's Avatar
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    Mar 2013
    ❤Your Heart❤

    Don't know why this game has been shunned. It's so much fun to move the crane and actually start to get the hang of it. It really brings back old memories of me as a kid playing with stuff like this back when toys were good and society at large was happy. The game's price may seem like a tough pill to swallow but the demo itself allows you to experience what the game has to offer well enough for you to make a proper purchasing decision in the end. If your game is RiotingSpectre and Hugo approved then you know you made a good game.

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    OUYAForum Devotee Nitrogen_Widget's Avatar
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    Dec 2013

    I tried it.
    I liked the concept but there are just too many buttons.

    My dad's back-hoe has 4 levers to control the arm on the back (6 if you count the out-riggers) & after more than 20yrs of using it on & off I still have trouble remembering what does what for a good 30 mins so there is no hope for me to learn the controls on this game.


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