Angularis - Endless Vector Reflex & Reaction Test
by: Jan Wagner • 19
If there's something that can amaze mobile players is how the simplest concept can become something outstandingly challenging. That's the case of Angularis, a game with a so simple premise: turn the neon beams so they match, that it can really be learned in two seconds but can be played for hours for no apparent reason.
You have only to tap on the left half of the screen to turn your beams to the left, and tap on the right half to turn them rightwards. If the beams don't match, game will be over and you'll be awarded with an ad.
Graphics and animations have been reduced to the minimum elements required to play. They fit perfectly and don't distract from the true aim of the game, which is to be absolutely focused on it and react lighting fast (something requires to make no action at all). Speed accelerates as you get more points, becoming a sort of devilish game and emptying your mind of anything other than the game itself.
Tetris fans will love this game for sure. The fast paced nature of the game, with games lasting for less than a minute (unless you're a master at it) makes it perfect to have it installed and play now and then on the fly.
by Peter , Appszoom
Jul 28, 2014