Meet Amazing Alex! This whiz kid has a boundless imagination and a houseful of fun toys that can turn anything into an adventure!
From cleaning up his room to battling cardboard robots in his backyard, Alex creates amazing chain reactions to get the job done with the maximum amount of fun! Now he has some challenges for you — and he wants to see the most creative solutions YOU can create!
With 100 challenging levels across four fun-filled locations, there's a whole world of creations to explore!
Play and Create Your Own Solutions
Set the objects up to bounce, pop, ricochet, bash, and crash into each other and create an elaborate Rube Goldberg device! With a houseful of toys to play with, there's more than one right answer! Share your most creative solutions with your friends and see what they came up with!
Build and Share Levels
Got a great idea for a level? Design intriguing new levels using 35 interactive objects and share them — with friends or with the whole world! With other fans constantly creating and uploading new levels, there are always new challenges to check out!
- 100 amazing levels to test your creativity
- Regular free updates with new levels
- Create your own levels and share them with friends or with the whole world
- Amazingly social — share your levels and solutions with friends, or see theirs
- 35 fully interactive objects and four fun locations
- Download and play the best fan-created levels from around the world
- Retina optimized for resolutionary experience
Get Ready for Something Amazing!
|Amazing Alex||$0.99||Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.|
When my son found out about Angry Birds, a fellow homeschool mom recommended Amazing Alex to me. It is made by the same company and has the same quality that you see in Angry Birds. What a great recommendation. My only complaint is that it is TOO addicting.
I would recommend it as a fun game for children that can give parents the impression that it is more educational than something like Angry Birds, because honestly, I am not sure how much real learning is happening here. But if I had to choose between Angry Birds and Amazing Alex for my son, it would be Amazing Alex.