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Exodus Live Wallpaper Brings Custom 3D Blocks to Your Homescreen


One of our favorite live wallpapers of all time is still Light Grid by Joko Interactive. The number of customizable options that were included made toying with your wallpaper an entertaining art form. So when we were informed that they had a new release on the way, but with 3D elements, we jumped at it. It’s called Exodus Live Wallpaper and it brings a lot of the joy you experienced through Light Grid, only with 3D blocks that can be tweaked to your liking. It’s interactive to touch, meaning the blocks change direction with your swipe. Live wallpapers, another reason we love Android so much. 

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  • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    I know my mind is acting wrong this morning but does anyone else notice how some of the option descriptors can be blatantly turned into “that’s what she said” or porno jokes?

    “How big and how many”
    “How fast and which way”
    “Overall scene options”
    “Change it up”

  • Anonymous


  • Anonymous

    Its not compatible with my Droid Eris. =( If only some other phone was out to replace this phone…hmmmmm I wonder.

  • I want to change the color of the Cyan one to match the color of the battery on the ICS theme. Anyone worked this out yet?

    • Josh Oleksyn

      Try #3e9abe, that’s the base color of those status bar icons.  You might need to bring brightness up a bit, since the dynamic lighting darkens the scene outside of the middle area.

  • HuskerHog

    It appears to be a battery hog on OG Droid.

  • Tablet optimized?

    • Josh Oleksyn

      Works great on the XOOM (handles max blocks at large sizes really well), if you try it on a different platform, let me know!


    LOOK! The screen shot shows 12 : 12! Must be the next rumored date, December 12th.

  • What permissions does this require?

    • Josh Oleksyn

      Only SD, which is used to save screenshots if you take them, and store a cache of theme manager thumbnails for quick look up (instead of generating them every time you go in).

  • Anonymous

    Looks cool. It’s refreshing to have some articles about apps for a change.

  • Envy

    I love how the GN gets used for all screen shots now.  Nothing like flaunting what we don’t have!

    • Atabizi

      Kellex how did you get a Nexus?

      • tjmonkey15

        He got the GSM version. 

  • Anonymous


    This wallpaper totally hosed my DX2.

    Might have to factory restore.

    • Josh Oleksyn

      Hey, shoot me an email at the app developer address and let’s see if we can figure out what happened.

      • Anonymous

        it worked after I did a battery pull.

        Pretty cool wallpaper.

  • I also like the Microbes LWP that comes with the GNex. I find myself wasting a lot of time feeding them and make them swarm together. lol

    • Anonymous

      I do the same… It’s like your playing god with them XD

      • Anonymous

        Just wait until they start building computers and denying your existence. Then you’ll see how fun it is. 

        • guitardedhero

          Omg that is so funny!!

  • Anonymous

    Their other two are awesome live wallpapers that I’ve been running for over a year.  I’ll have to give this one a try.  Though I manage to switch pack to their photo one with pics of the kids.

    • Josh Oleksyn

      Maybe we’ll add support for photos to Exodus, if that’s what you guys would like… 🙂

      • Anonymous

        Actually the last week I’ve had the holiday add-on snow flake one going. Already bought this one as I’m sure it’ll be good as well.

      • Jamdev12

        Hi Josh,

        Currently I don’t think there is a live wallpaper that will take pictures and rotate through them as windows7 has with their themes so it would be cool to have something like that. Where you would tell it to look for pics instead of it randomly looking through your entire phone for pics.

        Thanks for your app.

        • Raven

          I used Photile for a while and really liked it, but then I found PhotoWall which is much better at creating a collage of all your photos that constantly changes on your desktop.  The Fade effect in the paid version is my favorite Layout.  I have tried almost a hundred other live wallpapers and always go back to this one.

          If Exodus could switch through multiple pictures like PhotoWall I would definitely consider it.

  • Daniel Simpson

    Stop teasing us with the Nexus screen shots Kellen.

  • tjmonkey15

    Kellen you gotta stop posting these Nexus screen shots.  It’s slowly killing me!!!!

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    • Anonymous

      He used a MotoBlur phone this time for the video (I assume the RAZR)…

    • Anonymous

      Right? I really want to know how the battery life is treating him with the live wallpapers though. They have been a double edged sword of battery draining awesome since their inception.