In the video below, we take a look at another cool Android Live Wallpaper from the same developer who made the aCircuit Board Live Wallpaper. This time, the wallpaper is called aSpiritBomb and it features some intriguing light effects. A small bomb sits in the center of the screen by default and when you tap on the screen it feeds the bomb with even smaller light particles. Eventually, the bomb grows to full capacity and you can make it explode by double tapping on it (this can be done at any time, but what’s the fun in that?). Watch the video to see what interactive features this wallpaper supports, as well as some power saving options. aSpiritBomb is available for purchase on the Android Market for 99 yen, which is around $1.12. Scan the QR code below to pull it up directly from your device.