[Android] Endless Path - Arcade game

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  1. DreaMPL

    DreaMPL New Member

    Apr 7, 2020
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    This year, I released my third mobile game. Currently, the game is only available on Google Play.

    Endless Path is an arcade game in which we move the player along an infinite, randomly generated path from the patterns. The game features simple and easy-to-learn controls and the gameplay is simple to learn. Your goal is to move the player right-left so as not to touch the edge of the path. Over time, the game speeds up and requires more focus.

    The game features a scoreboard and several achievements. The first place is at your fingertips: D

    If you have trouble finding the game in the store, enter "coresaken" in the Google Play search engine and you will find it easily.

    The game is currently available on:
    Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.Coresaken.EndlessPath

    WWW: https://www.coresaken.com/
    FB: https://www.facebook.com/CoresakenGames

    Any feedback will be appreciated.

  2. thomaspeket

    thomaspeket New Member

    Jul 23, 2021
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    And what should your game do to interest modern users?
  3. Anna Yurovskikh

    Anna Yurovskikh New Member

    Sep 9, 2021
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    I enjoy the forms of tracks :) they remind me of runes, smth mysterious and it's always interesting. Keep it up. The design of a ball and presents seems ...mmm... too small and lost on the background to my mind. It's a matter of taste though.

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