Parkour GO - already from the name of this Android project you can understand what you have to deal with. After launching the application we find ourselves on the roof of a schematically reconstructed house and strive to safely overcome a difficult obstacle course, performing dizzying somersaults and risky jumps on the roofs of neighboring buildings. The project can be considered quite a successful attempt to develop a full-featured parkour simulator, and it should be acknowledged that the attempt to developers of the Arrible studio was quite successful. The drawbacks are that the programmers did not want to radically change and use their concept, they simply borrowed the foundation from the Mirrors Edge project and "pulled" it to primitive mechanics, using the capabilities of the game engine Unity 3D. Despite significant cons and bugs in performance, the simulator Parkour GO perfectly copes with its direct duties - it is an excellent timekiller. Traditionally, the protagonist runs in automatic mode, and the user is responsible for overcoming obstacles by using active on-screen buttons. The game is distributed on a free basis and, imagine, is not burdened with either greedy donation or obsessive advertising, and already for this you can positively evaluate the application. There are not so many levels yet in the simulator, but the developers pledged not to throw their debut release and with new updates to expand the package available for the passing stages.
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