Solid time killer A great game from Ketchapp. The visuals and physics are great. The soundtrack is suiting to the atmosphere and it changes as you reach certain goals. And there's actual progression in this game.. Which feels right. As you level up it gets harder.. Throwing more obstacles at you. A welcomed change from most apps in this category. An upgrade system to the ship would give it 5 stars from me
Offensive and intrusive advertising. Was met with ads on startup both times I launched the game, before even getting a chance to play. Unforgivable. Equally unforgivable was the ad I saw inviting me to laugh at the abuse of a dog. One star but would give zero if I could. Will not download from this dev again.
Way too many ads. There is no pause button, but the game does occasionally pause your run to show you a popup ad. The ad at the bottom of your screen blocks a part of your view. Aside from that the game is fun up to level 50 or so. Then new obstacles stop appearing and it gets repetitive and boring.
Mid-game ad's - a big No No! I get the ads in game launch and at some point after death, thats ok. But whats up with mid game ad's? Never ever seen anything like that!!! Breaking close to new record and BOOM - fullscreen Ad. Every session atleast once.
One of the best games i have tried recently. Games like this make me wanna actually pay to remove the ads. Coz as someone with some knowledge of programming, i know how much work and idea goes into making a game like this.. and i would want people to pay for my app if i had designed this.. and this is a masterpiece... Btw i haven't paid yet coz im a student and broke as f but i promise i will do so soon 😏
Tries to be a zen game. That's not necessarily a bad thing. The experience is polished, but I don't feel compelled to keep playing: the ad flow is frustrating,why I should be collecting the chits (what do you need the new ships for? Why should I care?). Most importantly, because my progress never seems to be lost (I'm always on the level I lost on), I don't feel like anything is on the line. Again, if you want a zen experience, then that's fine. But the mechanics don't feel like a zen game. You're under time and execution pressure and it's stressful.