Impossible Game


Impossible Game's review


Shaky hands? Forget it, dude!

  • Addictive gameplay
  • Tilt controls
  • Responsiveness
  • Adding time and scores would make it more challenging
  • There aren't global leaderboards

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"Nerves of steel"

You will need surgeon's steady hands and tons of patience to beat Nitish Kasturia's Impossible Game.

The idea is straightforward: you must tilt your device to maneuver a ball through a mazed level while avoiding walls and objects. Just graze an obstacle and you will have to start from the beginning. That's going to drive you mad. There's a high risk of feeling impelled to throwing your smartphone through the window, especially when you are about to finish a level and the ball insists on touching an obstacle. Aarrrg!

There are only 5 levels to beat and the difficulty gradually increases. In other words: you won't feel like there are just a few. It's good enough.

The game's graphically simple: black background, solid colors for the blocks and a red dot (the ball that will drive you mad). Minimalism to the extreme.

However, tilt controls are astonishingly responsive. You don't even feel you are moving your device. That makes all the difference. Otherwise, game's playability would have been affected.

Regardless, some features could make the game way more challenging: adding time and scores to the level as well as global leaderboards to show them off.

Apart from that, Impossible Game is a must-have for bold players.

Tags: impossible games to beat

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by Manu , Appszoom

Apr 13, 2014

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