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Kona’s Crate Crashes HTC Phones


Just today I tried to install the free Amazon App of the Day, on my HTC Aria and it caused my phone to reset just like Jenga did.  Post here, if and when you find a solution.  otherwise, I’ll keep searching for one, and attempt to add my own soon!
Chief Kona is quite happy to receive his crate
Controlling the jet-powered delivery platform isn't easy!

Controlling the jet-powered delivery platform isn’t easy!

What do I look like, a delivery boy? (Or delivery girl?) That is exactly what you are in Kona’s Crate, an addicting, physics-based game for Android that makes toting packages fun.

NOTE: The rich 3D experience of Kona’s Crate requires a device with a fast processor. Some devices, such as the LG Optimus, HTC Hero, and myTouch 3G Slide, are not compatible with the game.

Same-Day Delivery

Your task is simple: transport mysterious crates to the impatient Chief Kona. However, your delivery vehicle is a jet-powered platform, which is a little trickier to use than a mailbag. Using your thumbs, give the thruster jets enough gas to get moving, then adjust as needed. Careful–don’t tip too much to one side or you’ll drop the precious package. Chief Kona can get quite testy if he doesn’t receive his goods in a timely manner, and you wouldn’t like the chief when he’s angry.

Neither Rain, Nor Sleet–Nor Dynamite?

At first the deliveries are quick and easy. But as you move through the 60-plus levels in three graphically rich environments, you’ll be forced to dodge floating blocks, avoid steam geysers, and watch out for TNT. Squeeze through the chief’s twisting hallways and turn sharp corners at blinding speeds using your reflexes to earn time and skill-based awards.Chief Kona is quite happy to receive his crate

Speaking of awards, Kona Crate connects directly with OpenFeint, where you can record your achievements and try to reach the global leaderboards. You also have the option of posting your best times and scores on Twitter and Facebook, showing your friends just how awesome a delivery boy you can be. Aloha!

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