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  • Summary: Rock and Roll in an action-packed parody!Tired of infinitely running? Well, your wishes are about to be GRANITE!As a rolling boulder, crush the treasure hunter as he tries to escape with a priceless idol! ?It's a ROLL REVERSAL where YOU are the boulder ?Rad 9-bit art and music that takes 8-bits to the next dimension ?Visit exotic locale like Egypt, China, and Indiana ?A metric ton of unlockables and super secrets ?Four smashing game modes: Story, Challenge, QuickRoll and EndlessBefore long you'll agree:This game belongs in a museum!Visit www.indianastonegame.com for more details and a trailer.In Indiana Stone, players rock!This game has been known to run just fine on these devices:iPhone 3GS or lateriPod Touch gen 3 or lateriPad gen 2 or later Expand
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 4
  2. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. Apr 1, 2013
    90
    Why be the hero when you can be the villainous boulder that just wants their tomb to be left alone? Here's an Endless Runner that allows you to do just that!
  2. Apr 2, 2013
    80
    Indiana Stone: The Brave and the Boulder ($2.99, Universal) effortlessly stands out in a crowded App Store, and should roll right on to your iOS device.
  3. Apr 17, 2013
    70
    The concept doesn't evolve much, outside of unlocking different types of rocks, and tedium quickly sets in once you've seen the handful of locations, Egypt and China to name a couple. Still, it's a cool distraction and a different take on one of cinema's biggest action scenes, but is it worth $2.99? No.
  4. Apr 11, 2013
    60
    Indiana Stone is witty and attractive, but at its heart it's a fairly uninspired and unremarkable endless-runner.