Once upon a time there was an excellent game called Bounder by Gremlin, that made Spectrum, C64 and Amstrad CPC gamers very happy indeed. It was an impressive looking twitch-arcade thing with some lovely pseudo-3D graphics, you see, that earned glowing reviews and went on to spawn a sequel: Re-Bounder. Then the 80s came to an end, the 90s breezed us by -as did the 2010s- and the monster of the global financial crisis came to destroy the world and make the rich richer. Oh, and Gremlin did sort of revive itself (after obviously dying) under the label of Gremlin Presents and has even released the first Bounder sequel in 25 years - Bounder's World.
The game is available for your iOS device of choice, seems to take a particular liking to iPhones and iPods, and is available via the App Store for less than one dollar, pound or euro. Impressively the thing sports 144 levels, some lovingly upgraded retro-inspired graphics, 3 different worlds and four play-modes. Oh, and from what I've seen it does play rather brilliantly. Anyone that ever cared for Bounder is bound (sorry) to love this.