Fourteen-year-old creates top Apple game app

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A game developed by a fourteen-year-old has hit the number one spot in Apple's app charts, clocking up more downloads than Angry Birds.

Bubble Ball, which is a physics puzzle, was created by Robert Nay in Spanish Fork, Utah.

He spoke to BBC Radio 5 live Up All Night's Rhod Sharp about how he designed the game.

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