Ian MacLarty, one of a dual creators behind 2013′s shining Super Hexagon [$2.99] meets 3rd-person curtain Boson X [$2.99], is removing prepared to recover his latest origination for mobile on May 5th. It’s called Black Hole Joyrider and it is “a colourful hovel tornado in that we beam your booster by a sobriety good of a absolute black hole regulating usually your retro-thrusters and shrinking fuel reserves” according to MacLarty’s possess description. As with Boson X, there’s a illusory clarity of speed and character in Black Hole Joyrider, check out a trailer.
Black Hole Joyrider looks unequivocally cool, and it looks hard. Struggling to stay within a gravitational hovel with singular transformation and thrusting ability sounds like a challenge, and a approach we fast remove life and a shade gets all frightful and red when we hurl yourself outward of a hovel is only a form of thing that gets my heart pumping. we can’t wait to get my hands on Black Hole Joyrider when it launches on Thursday, May 5th for $2.99.
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