Thumper: Pocket Edition

Thumper: Pocket Edition

By Drool LLC

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2018-01-24
  • Current Version: 1.09
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 455.29 MB
  • Developer: Drool LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 510 Reviews)
  • Price:
Thumper: Pocket Edition App Ratings: 4.5
Total 510 Reviews

Thumper: Pocket Edition App Description

Thumper is rhythm violence: classic action, blistering speed, and brutal physicality. You are a space beetle. Brave the void and confront a maniacal giant head. With this special pocket edition, you can play all nine epic levels with one hand. Hurtle forward, master new moves, and survive terrifying boss battles. Propelled by a pounding original soundtrack, you'll feel every crushing impact. To reach synesthetic bliss, you must conquer rhythm hell. ■ Features ■ ・ Nine epic levels ・ Adrenalizing boss battles ・ Psychedelic visuals and original soundtrack ・ Smooth 60 FPS in portrait and landscape ・ PLAY + mode (increased challenge and speed) ・ Full screen display on iPhone X ・ iCloud Sync ■ Please Note ■ Wireless headphones can add significant audio latency. For the best experience, wired headphones or integrated speakers are strongly recommended.


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Thumper: Pocket Edition App Reviews

  • Pretty good

    By earthfridge35436
    I got this game in June of last year. All I can say is it is extremely fun. I can’t stop playing it, very challenging and pretty intuitive. The only problem with it is Lane switching. The lane switching element in level four make it almost impossible it’s very blocky and it switches lanes with every slight move. It becomes very difficult and I personally think it was unnecessary other than that great game
  • 8/10

    By skullrider2479
    Impressive graphics for a mobile game, good controls, challenging boss fights. Depends on focus and reaction time. Don’t blink and don’t loose focus.
  • Calibration Please!!!!!!!

    By ///Chuck\\\
    Please add the function of calibration in game! The latency is annoying especially when using wireless earphones. In-game calibration is very common in music games. Except for this, it’s a great game.
  • Quality-ish

    By stardust625
    The only reason this isn’t getting 5 stars is because of the graphics. Every time I open the game it’s looks amazing and it’s super fun and immersive. But Then I’ll close the app and get back on a few hours later and the graphics quality will just have dropped on its own accord. And now I can COUNT THE FREAKING PIXELS!!! I DONT WANT TO BE ABLE TO COUNT THE PIXELS PLEASE FIX IT
  • Beautiful game, unwieldy controls

    By juggalo fo lyfe
    I’d love to love this game, but there are too many glitches and too much variability in the controls.
  • In a world where over half of mobile gamers have wireless headphones

    By SDeFranco1
    It just doesn’t make any sense to develop a game audio is not crafted for it. Great game so far, but I have a pair of Bose quiet comfort wireless headphones, with which I haven’t tried to play the game with.
  • Great

    By Fred5517
    This game made my ears feel good
  • Great!!

    By Euroboy23
    Brilliant, simple to control game. Sound and graphics are top and the game itself is addictive. Great job for developers.
  • Fantastic port! Bluetooth latency support please!

    By Buck Wilson
    The iOS port of Thumper is wonderful. The control scheme maps well to touch controls, and the game looks gorgeous on the OLED display of the iPhone X. I’m picky about mobile games - I’d typically rather just reach for my Switch - but I think Thumper for iOS is the best version of the game. I’d love to play them with my headphones for optimum immersion, but the Bluetooth connection is too laggy for a rhythm game. I’d love to see latency calibration.
  • Instructions?

    By PlexSeattle
    I downloaded this game when I happened upon it. It’s visually gorgeous, the soundtrack is wonderful. It LOOKS like a lot of fun to play. But how? There are no instructions. Nothing. I think that the play quality would be vastly improved if I knew what I was doing and how to do it. It’s a small criticism, but important. Is wanting some kind of basic instructions unreasonable?