Favorite Android Zen Game For a gamer masochist, such as myself, this is perfect. The skill ceiling is nearly unlimited. Given the seemingly unlimited potential of randomized pattern combinations, along with the position of the character with each pattern, it keeps "formulaic play" dynamic. I play this therapeutically as a brain exercise. I love it. Best time 1:40.
Laggy on newer phones Great game, but for some reason doesn't play well on newer phones (including my Nexus 5x). Five stars if Terry (a genius of game design) can getting working smoothly like it used to. Until then, it's not really playable.
Hard, Simple Gaming Simple concept, bounce around, don't get hit. It's stupidly hard but in a good way, forcing you to improve to do better (and as you see from the ragequit reviews it's not for everyone). Basically pulled straight from VVVVVV if you've played it.
I loved vvvvv but loathed this segment. I like it but starts off right away. Mabey a dificulty selection? Rn it seems like pressing randomly and keeping fingers crossed works better than manoeuvring according to reaction times
Terry Cavanaugh is a God The Edmund McMillen of 8-bit has gifted the Android platform another gem. Seeing 'ol Cap'n Veridian was enough to make me wanna jump back into VVVVVV(just to do things the hard way). Keep making games dude! You are without a question within my personal shortlist of the greatest indie devs.[Edit: it seems to run pretty choppily on the LG G4, to the point of being unplayable, though that's a problem with optimization, and not at all with the game]
Good, but unfortunately laggy For some reason the game lags really badly on my Nexus 6p. Worked flawlessly on other devices in the past.
Performance optimisations for recent versions of Android
Above the ivory snow lies a sleepy mountain village, brimming with adventure.