Follow The Line

Follow The Line

Follow The Line is a simple but fun application for Android that will keep you occupied when you have some free time. The goal of this game is simple – try not to touch the walls around you while you move ahead.

Move ahead is probably an exaggeration as the movement alone is done automatically. All you have to do is touch the so called “home point” and then the game begins. You will have to go through various mazes choosing your own way but make sure not to touch a wall as this is the end of the game. The app keeps track of the longest distance covered and this is your personal best. The goal is to improve it if you can, of course.

Everything in Follow The Line is 2D so do not expect fancy graphics, thousands of colors, etc. Like we said this is a simple app and its size of under 7 MB proves this claim. Sound is decent too.

Follow The Line looks like many other such applications and in many ways it is very similar. Still it comes with its own flavor in a way and many of you will like it. We did not see any problems with this application and you should not too – just make sure not to touch the walls as dying too often may make you angry at some point.

You can check Follow The Line out here on Google Play. As all other apps presented this one is also free.

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