Don't play, if you don't plan to pay If you're not going to dish out some cash, then be ready for the uninstall button. The game is fun once you get the hang of driving. The only problem is you can't save your progress unless you pay for the game. You have to start over on level 1 every time you restart the game. I never thought I'd say this, but I miss the ads (for the free and saved gameplay of coarse).
Great looking game with a cool concept It's great looking and has a cool concept but the game play, for me, loses its charm when it comes to execution. There are turn left and turn right buttons that, unfortunately, are not variable. You either turn or you don't and I much rather prefer a "move finger left / right" control system that allows for more fine turning. This is where it falls flat for me. Also, perhaps a speed control other than a power-up selected prior to the run? Needs more explanation of power-up. Idk. It leaves me wanting...
Fun premise flawed controls Whie the idea behind the game is genius, and it's really fun trying to predict where the next car will have to go, the cars are all steer an accelerate different, so it's challenging to acclimate yourself to them. Some are really slow but steer well, while others are almost impossible to control. The graphics and soundtrack are both really fun and fitting too. All in all, a great app game.
Randsomware Great graphics and fun but the way the demo works is assholish. It saves checkpoints fine but if you try to use one, the game pops a 'buy premium' in your face. Indies these days toss around Premium like you get a bonus for registering but actually it's the same as Pre-orders & DLC: They just remove features and demand a randsom to get them back! Make it only the first level, and call it a demo like honest programmers used to do.
Sooo Unique! Really, really enjoyed it. Great music, great graphics, even better gameplay! Some have complained that you need to pay for checkpoints. Are you joking? I remember in the eighties paying $80 for a tiny 32KB game. People need to understand the amount of work that goes into making a game of this quality and be grateful. $4!!! Just a cup of coffee. What a bargain! Thank you developers, great job!
Wonderfully creative in every way Commute is a driving game against yourself. You can be as competitive or casual as you want, but the charm lies in the increasingly bizarre storylines behind the drivers. It is well worth the $2 purchase to try this innovative concept. If nothing else, I could listen to the music score for hours.
Achievements, leaderboards and cloud save through Google Play Game Services. High resolution graphics.
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