- Dynamic gameplay
- High-quality animation
- Great physics
- Real style of the game
- Easy control
- Great graphics and sounds
- There is no significant disadvantages
At first look, the game remind Mirror's Edge, especially by its red platforms that can be easily seen, even among a dozen of blocks. Your way of free runner begins with practice (as usual). You have the opportunity to try out all of the skills, be used to the control (which I just hated initially), just look around and run. It would seem that everything is pretty easy (I thought like this from the beginning), but it is only up to the first serious obstacle. They set the record straight, make you to pretty torment yourself and your nerves in an attempt to climb the small concessions, jump on blocks like on water lilies.
Graphics and physics look great. But a game control overscores a positive impression. You really need to get used to it. The main thing is that you should be calm, not nervous, and gradually understand the system. Next point is the practice. Now the game has six locations, but this is enough to spend the extra couple of hours with your Android in hands and shout Β«What's the hell?!Β». Advertising is slightly annoying, which can be removed for a nominal $2 in a piggy bank of developers.
Project Parkour is a real catch for fans of Parkour simulators and just a difficult game for Android for everyone else. :)
- Version 1.1c