Αναρτήθηκε: 21 Απριλίου
There are some issues. The most ironic one is that my French AZERTY keyboard isn't properly recognized, rendering me unable to use my dear ZQSD (equivalent of QWERTY's WASD) for direction and use arrow keys instead — why isn't there an option to modify key bindings? The visual quality isn't as good as I thought and a lot of game elements look more or less blurry or degraded, but maybe this is because my screen native resolution (1680x1050) isn't supported; the game only allows pretty low resolutions, going as low as 640x480 (!) and with no full HD option, which given the release date, is quite surprising. Finally, the fact that there's no V-Sync is quite sad, as it makes the scrolling (especially horizontal) often look stuttery and twitchy.
It's still a good game, though. The gameplay is impeccable (it reminds me a lot of an old game I loved where you played a dirtbike, and also the famous game Line Rider), the difficulty is well adjusted and perfectly progressive, and the fact that you learn while having fun — one of the many things that everyone hated as a kid but loves as an adult — is enjoyable, and the fact that itis optional makes it even better. The music feels cheap but still adds to the atmosphere, especially when you turn it low. The visuals are very cool.
One warning for future players: the sounds, although quite good, are INCREDIBLY LOUD. The first thing you want to do before starting the game is turning the volume down! My ears are still ringing...
Not perfect but original and pretty fun, 6,5/10.