Infinity Run

Infinity Run

Infinity Run is one of the simple games on Google Play that you get to encounter every once in a while. The app is just around 8 MB in size and with that much data under the hood it cannot offer that much content.

The main idea behind Infinity Run is to navigate a creature that resides on a ball that resembles a planet. It has to collect precious gems that bring points but at the same time it also has to avoid enemies that float around. By tapping on the display you can change the direction of the creature but you cannot stop it so the game is all about correct timings and directions. The game is tough, though – sometimes enemies appear very close to you and you simply cannot escape them despite your best efforts. This is the reason why you will not survive for long so prepare to load the app again and again.

Infinity Run does not shine in the graphics and the sound departments but this is normal since Infinity Run is a very small app. All you get is 2D graphics only and sound that is okay at most but this is it.

What’s the final verdict? Infinity Run is for people who do not get mad at dying too often. It is also for people who want to kill some time or are simply casual players. It will not bring tons of features but it does not have to since the main idea behind Infinity Run is to serve casual gaming and casual gamers best.

Infinity Run is here on Google Play. The app is free, as always.

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