Star Skater

Star Skater

Star Skater is a game that is designed for casual gamers who just need to kill some time. The game is easy to play, has low requirements and can be mastered within minutes.

Everything inside Star Skater is simple – you have to select a character and off you go. The goal in the game is to reach the end of each level without falling; if you don’t, you start from the very beginning. There will be obstacles in your way, though, so it won’t be smooth sailing all the way but you can go around them – just press a button on your left or right side of the display and your character will move in the chosen direction. If you press the left button first and then the right one, the guy on your screen will brake. This is what the game is all about so try to reach the final in one piece!

The game looks a lot like games from the 1990s so expect to find pixilated graphics here, which is not great news but to be honest with you, the graphics will do. The game also comes with nice and fun music so this adds to the game value.

There isn’t much else to say about this game. We think that Star Skater will bring you fun because the game is challenging and it comes for free but like we said this is a casual game so do not expect to perform glorious deeds that can save the world. In any case, however, the app is worth a look. You can find Star Skater here on Google Play. Enjoy!

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