Endless Rush – A Sunborn Rising Game is an exciting game that challenges your reaction times and quick-thinking skills.
Free through the iTune Store, Endless Rush manages to be quite charming even though it’s also quite a challenging game.
Guiding your furry, winged body through the air is your main goal throughout Endless Rush, by Neoglyphic Entertainment Inc.
However, this is easier said than done; you’ve also got to successfully fly into some nectar pots to collect them while also avoiding traps throughout the forest air.
Endless Rush is a finger/tap guided game, making it very easy to control your character. The game starts out pretty slowly; at first I had a hard time figuring out why the game was even named “Endless Rush” as the “rush” part of the game definitely seemed to be lacking.
But hold onto your hats, the game picks up the pace a little further into it, and before you know it you’re flying along on a thrill ride being forced to quickly make decisions to either fly into or fly away from various items (or traps) in the air.
Once you get going, Endless Rush really is a fun game to play. I was particularly impressed that I didn’t run into any in-app lag throughout the game; everything flew along very smoothly without any delays.
Appearance and Layout:
The appearance of Endless Rush is definitely a very well-executed part of this app.
The graphics are perfectly fitting with the fun, cheerful mood of the game; cartoonish characters are also detailed enough to keep things interesting throughout the different levels as well.
While this isn’t the most detailed app, the details that are thrown into each level make it very easy to appreciate the difference between nectar and traps, between the things you want to fly into and the things you’ve really got to work on avoiding.
The layout of Endless Rush is also pretty easy to navigate, again making this app an easy one to pick up and start playing right away.
On-screen instruction blurbs are also provided during the initial stages of the game, and these are very helpful for guiding new players as well.
As mentioned previously, Endless Rush is a free game. It’s very easy to understand, jump right in and get the hang of quickly.
In-game controlling is smoothly done without any frustrating lag. Graphics are fun and appropriate for the overall tone of the game.
The developers have really done a great job with this game, although it could use an “experienced” mode. The game starts out pretty slowly, which is helpful the first one or two times you play it but after that it tends to feel like something you just want to get past, and this might make it difficult for some players to really feel any strong desire to play through these beginning stages.
Overall, if you don’t mind a fairly slow and unchallenging start to a game, then Endless Rush might be worth checking out for you.
Endless Rush iPhone app requires iOS 8.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.
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