Should be called Collect and Die! The controls are terrible and wonderful at the and time. The game tasks you with navigating deadly obstacles to collect coins, but the only way to get around is by tilting your phone. It plays the mechanic out perfectly, never feeling too punishing or unreasonable, while still pushing your skills. I was hesitant to try this one out, but the deaths always make me chuckle and in just an instant, I'm back at it again.
I was going to criticize the controls, but I'm starting to think the tilt controls were used intentionally to add frustration and uniqueness to the game, and I'd say they succeeded at that. With that out of the way, my only criticism is that a stage has multiple levels inside it, but if you exit during the middle of a stage, you can't resume from the level that you were on. This hampers quick play sessions by punishing you for leaving early, forcing you to go through all the levels you've already gone through when you want to play again. If you leave in the middle of a stage, you should be able to pick up where you left off. Other then that, the stylish graphics/physics and unique gameplay make for a pretty neat game.
Incredible time waster and the animation is very fluid. Would recommend to have a settings for what type of controller the user wanted other than gyroscope.
Great little retro game. Addictive and infuriating in equal amounts. Graphics are spot on and are perfect for the game.
Great game, nicely done! I personally would have preferred the option for on screen controls too, rather than tilt screen only. Still fun though.
Love the design, and the artstyle of it, but I absolutely hate the controls of the game, which affects the gameplay alot, looking forward to an addition of an analog and a jump button!
- All known bugs are now fixed
- Added 'RGB Split' Effect
- Added 'Shockwave Ripple' Effect
- Added 'Gaussian Shadow' Effect
- Fixed Camera bug on level 36
It is the zombie apocalypse! Kill the zombie stickman horde!
A hilarious motorbike game with ragdoll physics! From the makers of Faily Brakes