Igor Kromin |   Consultant. Coder. Blogger. Tinkerer. Gamer.

I was browsing through the games in the iTunes store and this game caught my attention: LASER! - Endless Laser Dodging Action. The reason I downloaded it was because it reminded me of Monument Valley, you have to admit the resemblance is there. However, the looks is as close as it gets. I found LASER! to be ok to kill a few minutes of your time, but wasn't super impressed with it overall.

The objective of the game is to not get hit by lasers while making your way along a laid-out track. The controls are super easy, just tap on the screen to make your block (player) hop from one position to the next. It's a simple hand-eye-coordination exercise (at which I failed miserably mind you!)

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The obstacles get harder as you go, as expected. I kept on dying very early on every time, but did enjoy the game initially. What I didn't like was that once you die, you go back to the beginning. I would have liked having several 'lives' that would allow you to continue from the point you got hit.

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If you want a game that would kill a few minutes of your time, this is it, it's colourful and doesn't requite much thought, but I think anyone would get bored with it quite quickly.

The game is free, there is a no-ads version that you can buy as an in-app purchase for $2.99.

-i

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