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[withscreenshots]A-dvanced Pong: Looking for Tips

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So just a couple of days ago, I've released my first android game on play store:







A lot of Pong inspired games have been developed since the game's original debut in 1972 by ATARI, but this one is pretty different! A-dvanced Pong emphasizes on a competitive fast-paced gameplay and allows you to play against 4 types of computer AI. The game also comes with an exciting new mode: The 3-Ball Challenge, where you get to play a 1-man squash-like survival mode with 3 balls moving at once! Challenge your friends and see who will score and rank more in the online leader boards! Share the game now with friends, and don't forget to rate!

-Play against 4 computer AIs with different difficulty levels: Warm up, Challenging, Formidable and BACK OFF.
-New 3-Ball Challenge mode with addicting gameplay
-Online global leader boards to challenge yourself, your friends and the world. The game therefore requires access to the leader board's network.
-Unique scoring rules where the difference between goals and not the goal count itself that decides a winner.
-A new "Power Shot" mechanic.
-Supports Vibration. The game therefore requires vibration permission.

I am not sure why, but the install rates are far less than what I expected. Any advice regarding the matter would really be appreciated.
I am hoping I could get critics on this. Especially regarding the first impression it makes, and what I can do to improve that.



Thank you in advance!

Edited by Mr.A

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