*** TOP Kid's game in Russia and 5 more countries Eastern Europe ***
*** TOP Arcade game in Russia ***
*** TOP PAID APP in Russia and exUSSR countries ***
FREE for limited time only for kids without credit card account. Maks and Pasha were those kids in USSR!
Compare it with US$40 hardware edition in plastic rarely found on the market in a good condition.
Carefully remastered replica of the most popular "video game" in the Soviet Russia. See for yourself why millions of kids in the U.S.S.R. begged their parents to spend a quarter of the monthly salary on this fun game. "Nu, Pogodi!" (Just you wait!) is a Soviet Union clone of Nintendo's EG-26 or "Egg" game from Game and Watch series. Back in 1987 the game was released under the Russian brand Electronika.
"This is non-stop action fun from my childhood, now it's my nephew's best pacifier!"
- Vasiliy Terkin
- 2 games in 1: patience and attention
- listen to iTunes while you play
- surround stereo sound effects
- easy to press large animated buttons
- high score
- rotate the game up and down or flip it front and back
- fast download, tiny size
- plays by itself if left alone
- English and Russian languages
- easy to follow help for English speakers
- learn 5 Russian words
- mute game music
- original artwork by Dimka.com
=== HOW TO PLAY
Easy arcade style game - catch as many eggs as you can.
Save the eggs from breaking by moving the wolf into the correct position so the egg drops into the wolf's basket. Brake an egg and you loose a point. Game ends at 3 lost points. If you brake an egg while rabbit is looking out of the window - only a half point is lost.