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Air Balloon

Air Balloon
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We'd be lying if we said we didn't create Balloon to save eyeballs. You run around, blowing up shiny balloons and what happens? Blam! Rubber everywhere! Well that's a thing of the past now, my friend.

We here at SpoonJuice can all sleep a little better. Knowing your eyeballs are unharmed.


— Blow a balloon in a realistic and fun way.

— Choose from 6 types of balloons: regular, bat, cyclops, monster, penguin and pig.

— Learn how to play by going through comprehensive tutorial we prepared for you.

— Check out the top scores to see where you stand against yourself and your friends.


1. Aim of the game is to inflate the balloon as fast as possible.
2. Press your finger down at the tip of the balloon.
3. Blow into the microphone of your iPhone as hard as you can.
4. When you finally burst the balloon, you will have a chance to enter your time into scoreboards.


1. Blow fast.
2. Blow hard.
3. Remember that some balloons are more difficult to burst than the others.
4. Don't release your finger from the tip of the balloon — the air will leak out and the balloon will fly away!

How about a bit of balloon history? We obviously don't want you to use this application unwarned! ;-)

A balloon is defined as a flexible pouch which you fill with air or some other type of gas, such as helium or hydrogen.
The early balloons were made with in-elastic materials (inflated animal intestines and bladders, used by the Aztecs, American Indians and Eskimos), but modern balloons are made with rubber, latex, polypropylene or nylon, so they have great elasticity and can be pumped up to much larger sizes.

What's New in Version 1.1

Code Optimization and Bug Fixes.


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