What can I play Juggle! on?
You can play Juggle! on iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch and iPad. Note: Juggle! requires OS 3.0 or above.
I’m planning to upgrade to iOS 4, is this going to cause any problems?
None at all! We’ve tested it and Juggle! will work on iOS 4 without any issue.
How do I play?
Use your paddle to bat balls into the air. The more balls you juggle, the more points you score. It’s as simple as that.
How do I control the paddle?
Slide paddle side to side. Beware! The paddle is sensitive! Use the paddle to direct the balls.
How does the scoring work?
- Juggle more balls to score more.
- Smaller balls score more.
- Faster balls score more.
Any tips to make me better?
- Balls bounce up from paddle centre.
- Quick swipes can hit lots of balls.
- Keep cool to avoid sticky fingers.
OpenFeint> is an awesome social gaming network for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
In their own words, “OpenFeint is an easy and free way to get more out of your games! Think XBOX Live meets Facebook for the iPhone with hundreds of games and millions of players. (Say that three times fast.)”
How many Leaderboards are there?
There are five Leaderboards:
- 3-Minute Game
- 5-Minute Game
- Endless Game
- Greatest Hits
- Oldest Ball
All leaderboards can be filtered by friends, location or globally.
How many Achievements are there to unlock?
There are six Achievements:
Can you prove yourself as a Juggle master by unlocking them all?
Can I challenge my Juggle! playing friends?
Yes you can! After every game of Juggle! you have the opportunity to challenge your friends to better your score.
Can I post about my progress on Facebook and Twitter?
I’m having problems with OpenFeint, what do I do?
You should pay OpenFeint’s online support a visit. They’re an awesome bunch of guys who take providing an awesome social platform very seriously.
The App crashes on my device?
Argh! We work very hard to ensure everything we release is stable across all devices and versions of the OS so we are very frustrated and genuinely sorry when we hear of these troubles. Firstly, we’d recommend working through the official troubleshooting guides.
What do I contact if I still have a problem?
Please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And if I want to be super helpful?
If you want to be a wee gem you could attach the relevant crash log file. You can find out how to attach crash log files in here, in the Sending Crash Reports to a Developer section at the foot of the page. Submitting a crash log means you’re an honorary Denki tester and will receive a nice treat for your troubles.