Infinite Skater

Infinite Skater

Well, here’s a game that says a lot about itself in its name. Infinite Skater is a runner game where you will skate for a really long time, if you can.

The app comes with gameplay that we have gotten used to expecting from such games – there’s a skater boy that skates on some dirt road and you have to guide him, help him avoid obstacles and collect gold pieces for him. You do this in an easy way – there are three imaginary lines in the game – one to the left, one to the right and another in the middle. Just slide your finger left or right to make the skater move in the same direction. Slide up to make him jump and slide down to make him… well, slide. This is helpful when you have obstacles that you must avoid by jumping or sliding under them. The goal is simple here, again – make it to the end of the level and collect as many gold pieces as you can. It does sound familiar, doesn’t it? We will have to praise Infinite Skater for the graphics, though – the app comes with excellent 3D visuals as well as nice sound effects that complement the game so all is good here.  

Infinite Skater is a casual skating game that promises to bring fun to you and your family. The game is free as usual and comes with nice, although, familiar gameplay but in any case it will appeal to fans of runner games.

Infinite Skater is here on Google Play. Enjoy!

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