Fantastic This is one of the most addictive games I've played in a long while. Perfect for quick bursts when you don't have much time, but fun enough to play for an hour or two in one sitting. The progression is fair and consistent, and I didn't find myself having to grind too often. My only complaint is that there isn't more, but with survival mode, that isn't really an issue! A single in app purchase unlocks the entire game, and it's definitely worth it. Support these devs!
Why would you make tilt instead of move like a steering wheel?? Are the programmers drunk or something? Please add the functionality to play like a steering wheel is much much more natural!!!! Aside from that great game... Is way better on the internet with the arrows is much easier to play and the upgrades don't require to buy the game... making inapp purchases would be better rather than buying a complete game... many people would buy gold! Has potential to be one of the best games ever!
Sheer fun I played the game on my browser some odd years ago, when browser game still all the rage. It's fun then and it's still fun now. To progress further you need to purchase the game but it's very fair and loving how developer incorporate try before buy scheme to mitigate Android rampant piracy
I LOVE this game but.. After I beat the story mode, any progress I make on survival gets erased!!! When I finish a run, after the score screen, my game crashes and I lose all the progress I make. No matter if I play for 5 seconds or five minutes. If I could continue playing this game after the story I would give this game a perfect 5. I don't know what's going on.
In my Top three games I paid for the app because I believe great game designers should be rewarded. It's the perfect balance of challenging, rewarding, and "sonofa gunofa!!" ::I'm so bad at this game sometimes:: i'd love it if it became free-free, because I want the world to fall in love with it. If there were a donation option at the end, or something that doesn't prohibit gameplay it would need a six out of five. Despite my ire for pay to win, I considered the first half a free demo and didn't look back. Try it for happy time.
Meh... It starts out pretty fun, with the upgrades coming quick and the gameplay fast and we nteresting while not too frustrating. But you will quickly find out that this game is not free but rather just a demo to try and entice you to buy the whole game. This wouldn't be so bad but the game does have bugs, some of which can be very problomatic, and makes it difficult to justify actually paying for it. It says seems like they would have been better off making the game free and generating revenue through ads.
* Fixed performance problem on some recent devices