From the features list:
- Four Game Modes:
- Free play mode - play at your own pace, while the game tracks your stats and keeps track of all puzzles solved/failed, allowing you to browse your entire puzzle-solving history and go back to any previously solved/unsolved puzzle to attempt to (re-)solve it!
- Arcade mode - race against the clock, solving as many puzzles of ever-increasing difficulty as you can before your time runs out!
- Challenge mode - solve sets of puzzles within a given amount of time to progress, while trying to beat your personal best times for each level.
- Frenzy mode - the all new survival mode - keep the board from filling up by flinging same-colored balls off the board!
- Hints and Undos are provided to help you solve the puzzles when stuck.
- Local+Global high-scores lists, as well as Xbox Live leaderboards and achievements.
- Automatic saving of games - always come back to the game right where you left it!
I'm not so sure that Fling is going to have the same appeal as games like Gravity Guy, but with the full version of the title only costing 79p, it's Miniclip's first foray into the lowest price band available to Xbox Live releases. Perhaps they know it's not as engaging as some of their other titles.
We'll have a full review of the game next week and let you know our feelings then, but there's nothing to stop you grabbing the trial version and seeing what you think from the AAWP App Direcctory.