A game where you play as a robot who is running from an oncoming tornado that throws things upwards as you try and reach the furthest possible distance. It takes a little intuition and patience to see and understand the rules, but if you simply avoid everything and go as far as possible you will be victorious!
This game will likely take a lot of practice to master - but with time and effort you may be able to reach the highest possible score in the game, which is actually infinite, though it becomes quite difficult as you progress!
So that means if you reach the top of the leaderboards, you will be the best player who has ever played this game.
You play as a robot with the ability to teleport, but the robot has a limited charge which requires you to wait briefly before you can move forwards.
The game has very unusual rules, but if you can reach a further score (distance) than anyone else who has played the game ever, you will appear in the high scores among the best in the world!
The game has some unusual obstacles, and it can often appear you need to collect coins, but in fact the coins are an obstacle! And so is everything else! Just reach the max possible distance.
If players have problems getting stopped by the cars and objects that fall during the run, they must wait for the bar to recharge to allow them to get further.
If you can make it to a very high score, you may even set a record for the worldwide high scores!
While there may be glitches and some problems with difficulty, its up to the player to try and suggest new features or obstacles to the developer through reviews, and if you have a good idea, it will be added to the game in a future update! Seriously!
Think it is a terrible game? Well, write a review with only one star, explain why you don't like the game and what you want to see change, and hopefully it will be fixed in the near future!
Any glitches reported are usually tended to first, and take priority over new features or graphical additions.
Wondering why you can't teleport backwards? That is a fine question! I been wondering that too, but I figure if you play the game, it will all make sense!
The only difference between this free version of the app and the paid version, is simply that this version displays interstitial ads between playthrough, allowing the developer to continue making apps for a living :)