VECTOR POP - an unusually designed vector Android arcade from the studio Doodle with Date, for which it is still the first and only mobile product. According to the gameplay, the user is to hold a miniature triangle in the virtual world, swarming with dangerous traps and deadly obstacles. So, the game is done in a vertical format, that is, we have to try to get as high as possible, deftly controlling all the movements of a small but very fast protagonist. Management is implemented in just one touch - tapas on the right and left sides of the screen of the mobile Android device, allow our triangle to move to the appropriate side. This is how it is successfully to overcome all obstacles on the way. The final score depends on the distance you are lucky enough to pass, and if you are lucky, you will take a worthy place in the prestigious global ranking. But especially it is not worth counting on, because the project is very complex and few people will have enough patience to start the passage after a dozen unsuccessful attempts. During the game, do not forget to collect coins, they certainly will not give special advantages, but they will allow you to buy pretty skins for the protagonist, which in the end will allow you to "dilute" the rather monotonous gameplay. The game is decorated with a bias in the variegated colors used, which sometimes even hinders, since such a contrast is confusing and makes mistakes. Perhaps the authors made it deliberately?
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