Rainbow Burst

Rainbow Burst
Free
24 reviews
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Publisher

Nakkiran

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Download size

< 1 MB

Last updated

6/13/2011

Version

1.10.0.0

Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8
  • Windows Phone 7.5
  • Windows Phone 7

App requires

  • data services
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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Colorful rainbow action! Drag your fingers across the screen for an exciting rainbow display! Great fun for all ages!

Update 1.10: No more lag!
Update 1.5: Dynamic colors!

This app will captivate you with its vibrant colors and flowing swirls. Try moving two fingers in counter-rotating circles for a beautiful butterfly effect.

Developed by Preetum Nakkiran
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Reviews

  • by User 3/18/2014
    Cool colors
  • by Katie 5/5/2013
    Beautiful graphics and very responsive. Would be great with sound effects.
  • by Momallah 5/23/2012
    Could be better! A bit disappointed.
  • by aprilacalamaco 3/16/2012
    Ok needs sound
  • by AdmissiveSea2 12/28/2011
    Really boring. Ok for toddlers
  • by Xman2273 7/15/2011
    Not bad I'm glad it doesn't lag anymore
  • by styrofoam1994 6/14/2011
    This game is rhetorically effective and unquestionably deserves a 9 on the AP Lang scale as dictated by the dominion of the Wig of St. Gio. The author argues through ironic satire and humorous hyperbole that casual video games are becoming overly simplistic. The lag fix update fixes the intense 3D graphics (specifically of the level of Battlefield 3 graphics, etc.) that greatly improves the user experience for those with slower processors (in this case, about 3.0 GHz clock speed or below). I like how there is a secret sequence of presses that you can do to get a secret game that resembles Starcraft II.
  • by Preetum N 6/14/2011
    Nice colors -- no more lag.
  • by Player669103063 4/30/2011
    Amazing when you're high
  • by CxRx84 3/29/2011
    A LOT of lag