Frantic Flight HD Review – Run baby, run
App Type: Uncategorized
By: Drakhar Studio
Version #: 1.02
Date Released: 2012-04-28
Developer: Drakhar Studio
Price: 0.99User Rating:
Think of Temple Run with a futuristic element of Tron infused with it. Despite the eerie music and attempts at creating a cheesy background, I hardly paid any attention to the plot. That is because the gameplay mechanics of Frantic Flight are so great that they distract you from everything else.
The game starts off as a side scrolling platform, but do note the phrase ‘starts off’. Virtual buttons are positioned at the sides of the screen for maneuvering purposes and while they are not exactly the most sensitive, they still do their job moderately well. The game involves dodging obstacles in an attempt to escape an incoming ball of plasma, and with an added twist, Frantic Flight changes perspective at certain parts of stages.
This is where the resemblance with Temple Run comes in, as Frantic Flight changes its camera angle. This brings a new way to play the game, keeping things interesting for extended gameplay.
I love the graphics in Frantic Flight. The characters are designed to give a futuristic feel reminiscent of the Tron movie, where they have luminous lines running through their sleek and smooth bodies. Platforms and backgrounds are also patterned to give the appearance of a high tech environment.
For $0.99, Frantic Flight is a pretty decent game to get. While it does need some polishing and refining to make the whole appearance smoother, it is still nonetheless a very good game to download.
Would I Buy Again:Yes
Who Is It For:Casual gamers
What I Like:The change in perspective aspect
What I Don't Like:The game graphics are a little intense on the eyes
Final Statement:Moral of the story: Blobs of plasma are dangerous
A terrible explosion has destroyed your extraction base, an immense ball of plasma is closing on you, and your only possibility of survival is to run and run until you get to the transport ship.
Avoid dangerous obstacles and pitfalls, jumping over the gaps to save your life.
Article By Eng Wei Jie
A water polo player from Singapore, Wei Jie devotes most of his time to training. However, when he's not occupied by water training or pushing himself in the gym, expect to see him squinting at his iPhone testing out new apps.
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