Finally finished this game yesterday. Even after spending over a day stuck on the notorious Level 7, and many failed attempts to finish Level 10, I still feel like I kinda wanna go back to it. Its rough around the edges, it sometimes feels like it wasn't quite playtested enough, but it's such a unique experience that it just really hooked me and became my 'go-to' game for a good couple weeks. Nice one!
A brutal beauty Seemingly simple graphics and control mask a runner that takes no prisoners. As you progress, the speed increases with every turn (which you have to make, hundreds of times per level). By the time you hit 99% you are whipping along with less than half a second between turns (which must be timed perfectly). Add the blurring, fragmenting, colour changing overlays and you've got a real challenge on. Completion will be earned. Loved it! (ps. Level 7 is concentrated evil).
Black screen First of all, I bought this game because I knew I would love it. It seems challenging, it has this ''vaporwave'' feel that I enjoy and a strange narration on top of it. But I can't play it more than a couple of seconds before a black screen appears and I end up dying because of it. Is this a bug?? If the dev fix the issue, I will gladly change my rating.
Gorgeous Well it's a finite runner set in a dystopia with a beautiful art and sound design design. There is no thing this game does wrong fundamentally. After several hours spent with it I can say: it is DIFFICULT. I am at level 4 and at this point if you blink too long you will surely perish. This is almost fitting considering the 'story' of the game which is revealed to you as if Max Headroom, The Talking Heads, Pink Floyd AND The Wizard of Oz got together and crashed your brain. So tough tho. Help dev
Addicting, tough,fun,trippy Its actually quiet tough.... And I like it :) addicting as hell, fun, and the visuals are so different/ trippy which makes it great. Great job dev *edit* sideloaded onto android TV and works well, even better on the big screen with a ps3 controller :), maybe native support in the future?
A minimalistic piece of digital installation art that just so happens to be an addicting and highly challenging runner. Taking obvious queues from vaporwave, the overall tone is both nostalgic and alienating as it recalls a time when technology was less transparent and more sublime, if not terrifying. The app even asks for permission to control phone calls as a creepy, totalitarian touch. Beating even the first level is a real accomplishment, and the challenge only escalates from there. It's worth it, as each new level presents a new, jarring experience that gradually wears its way into familiarity before you finally learn it and move on. If you watch the trailer and are intrigued, you won't be disappointed.
- online leaderboards and achievements fix
- minor bug fixes