Tag Archive: endless


Vacation Simulator Review: Nearly endless wonder

You, human, are now ready to VACATION.

In the pantheon of VR games, Job Simulator is essentially royalty. It’s one of the most popular VR games by a considerable margin, due in no small part to the sheer volume of things you can do in it. Owlchemy Labs worked tirelessly to anticipate every random thing someone might want to do in this game. If you want to make a soup out of apple juice and egg shells,  [Read More…]

Not all endless games are shallow: Alto’s Odyssey proves it (Review)

I am not really a fan of the endless genre. For me, they are all designed in a way that spending on microtransactions is the main goal of it, rather than having entertaining gameplay with great design. That’s why when I approached Alto’s Odyssey, I was a bit skeptical. Fortunately, all of my fears weren’t realized, and I ended up enjoying this game much more than I imagined, and I couldn’t put it down for a while.

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Infinitode shows us how an endless game shoud be (Review)

Browse the games section of the Play Store for a moment and you will get a feeling that entries are comprised of endless games, Clash Royale clones, or a combination of both. Although there are for sure a lot of gems in the store, a lot feel like a quick cash grab rather than a well-executed game with fun mechanics. That is why, when I read about Infinitode, I thought that it was just another generic endless game designed with  [Read More…]

The week of endless notch takes no one cares about

It might shock you to read this, but our collective thoughts on notches hasn’t really moved the needle.

There’s been a lot of chatter about notches this week, which lives in a month and a year full of takes on display cut-outs. The people who aren’t a fan of this display trend are plenty vocal, and as we’ve seen with the Pixel 3 XL leaks the size of the notch is directly related to just how vocal  [Read More…]

Cog: Endless games have never looked so good (Review)

In a marketplace where more and more endless games are trying to compete for new users, developers are just starting to realize that they need a differentiating factor in order to survive the app carnage. Cog, by Interactive Monster, offers gamers what is expected from an endless game: simple gameplay, no-nonsense controls, and challenging gameplay. […]

DoDo Wonderland: A solid, adorable endless runner (Review)

Overview: DoDo Wonderland is a Jetpack-Joyride inspired endless runner, that has you in control of a cute dodo bird as you avoid obstacles and collect coins while getting as far as you can. Developer: MYFREEAPPS.DE Cost: Free (with ads) Impressions: DoDo Wonderland, or DoDo Superbird Endless Runner as it’s called in the Play store, is one

Two Roads takes the endless running game into a new direction (review)

If you’ve played the likes of the Subway Surfers and Temple Run series of games (lord knows our house has), you may like the game “Two Roads” by Al Kamil Softech. Two Roads takes this well-worn genre and moves it into a new direction— up! To get the game, simply head over to the Play

New endless runner ‘Speedy Ninja’ launches in closed beta April 8

NetEase, the publisher of World of Warcraft and Hearthstone in China, announced today that its new mobile game, “Speedy Ninja,” will launch on Android in closed beta tomorrow, April 8.

Speedy Ninja is an endless runner that features a unique art style along with leaderboards, daily missions, gear upgrades, and the ability to summon monsters to help you out as you zip through the levels.

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Monkey King Escape is Ubisoft’s new endless runner for Android

Monkey King Escape is a new endless runner from Ubisoft for Android devices from the Google Play Store. Loosely based on the Chinese novel Journey to the West, Monkey King Escape sees you run and fly across a mystical world in an effort to claim the title of Monkey King.

SpongeBob: Sponge on the Run brings endless runner to Bikini Bottom

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You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t know that SpongeBob Squarepants has a new film in theaters. He’s pretty much everywhere you look; this is doubly so for folks with children. What better time to deliver a mobile game based on the lovable Nickelodeon character? SpongeBob: Sponge on the Run is done in the tradition of Subway Surfers, Minion Rush, and Temple Run. It’s no surprise,  [Read More…]