Download size14 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- phone identity
- owner identity
- photo, music, and video libraries
- data services
- phone dialer
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
English (United States)
A simple platformer taking place in the City of Null. A foreboding, wretched place corrupted by the surges where only to most resilient of machinery and creatures survive. You are tasked to triple jump your way through the cityscape, past its inhabitants, and to the tower of Babel, the only way of escaping this madness and getting back home. Instructions/Hints - Hold down the arrows to move right or left. You can change your direction in the air. Jump up to three times by tapping the circle button. Use the back button on your phone to return to the level select from a level. Some levels contain hints in the name on how to beat them. There are poorly hidden cheats. Update - 7/29/13 Your jumps will reset when you die not just only when you hit a platform. The main menu button has been removed. The back button should be used for navigation.
8/6/2013Controls are terrible... Don't bother.. Not worth it
8/1/2013I don't like the controls on this at all. Very frustrating.
8/1/2013As stated before controls are quirky but despite that it is very fun and a must have for WP!
7/29/2013Its an alright game. Doesn't really have good controls and very fidgety. Frustrating to jump because of the controls. If you still want to give it a try a couple hints you can triple jump and hit back during level to select lvl.
7/2/2013Ridiculous, original and just plain old fun. Must have videogame for Windows Phone. You can't do better than a quality free entertainment videogame and that is exactly what you get with Piezoelectric. Works on WP7 and WP8, has unique soundtrack, custom physics, textures, characters, etc. Excellent #FLDev work. Spread the news about Piezoelectric. There may be opportunity for further game development with a full plot and more if interest is expressed. Have fun Piezo'ing!