by: Ian MacLarty • 2K
At the subatomic level, things get weird... words like "floor" and "ceiling" cease to make sense, and you'll have to forget everything you ever knew about gravity in order to make your way through the cylindrical world inside a particle accelerator in Ian MacLarty's Boson X.
You're a scientist in search of the elusive Boson X (a cousin of the Higgs, one presumes). Charge up enough energy by running over glowing blue platforms to discover bizarre new particles, gaining access to new areas ripe for discovery. Careful, though - you'll gain speed as you charge, making your precision leaps between platforms ever more frantic.
The physics are great, both simple and mind-bending. It's a difficult game, but not an impossible one, and the the learning curve feels just right. Something about running within a particle accelerator is enough to give an awesome surreal flavor to the whole experience. There are no in-app purchases whatsoever.
The scientific method won't help you gain traction in Ian MacLarty's Boson X; only hardcore reflexes and a highly-developed funky spacial sense can help you now.
by Janel , Appszoom
Apr 03, 2014
Boson X is a fast-paced rotational runner set in a particle accelerator.
Quantum jump from Planck to Planck as you build up speed inside an enormous particle accelerator and generate high-energy collisions to discover strange new particles. Use precise timing and fast reflexes to navigate a hazardous subatomic world where floors and ceilings don't exist.