One More Line

One More Line

One More Line is an Android game that you cannot see every day. It is a very original, very tough and very addictive game and as if this is not enough, the app is also strange looking.

You are in command of something that leaves three lines behind it when it moves. The lines as you can see from the picture are yellow, pink and blue. The thing, which we will call from now on a spaceship, because this is how we perceive it, must be taken as far as you can before you destroy it somewhere and believe us, this will happen. To do that you must touch your sensor display and then make the spaceship rotate around objects that you will see on the way. The goal is to survive for as long as possible but to do that you must jump successfully from one object to another and the most crucial thing there is timing – if you choose the perfect moment, you are okay, if not you will be dead within a second. Then when you crash and die you get a message, saying how far you have managed to go and, of course, the option to start a new game if you wish.

One More Line is a really strange game but in a good way. It is so different from most other apps on Google Play that we find it really difficult to explain the game to you. One thing is for sure – you will have fun with this game, especially when you learn how to play it. Best of all – the game is completely free!

One More Line resides here on Google Play and you can take a look at it before you download this app.

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