Ready for another addictive game? Let’s check out I Surrender! It’s a platform game developed by FlooStudio from Indonesia. The point of the game is to avoid crashing into blocks. The only action required from you is a tap on the screen to jump. Sounds simple? Head past the break to watch our gameplay video.
The graphics in I Surrender! is minimalistic. The only colors shown are shades of red, black, and white. You control a black box with a face. It moves automatically for you. Each level is split in half. When you’re on the top half, you’re moving towards the right. You continue at the bottom half where you’re moving towards the left.
There are obstacles in different shapes that require perfect timing from you to avoid crashing. If you jump too early, you’ll crash. If you jump too late, you’ll crash. There are words in the background that either challenge you to keep going, or encourage you to give up.
While some of the levels become very difficult, we actually find it hard to surrender. This game is very addictive. When you crash, the level automatically restarts and the death counter on the upper left corner simply increases. If you don’t do anything, you’ll keep crashing and the death counter continues going up.
When you get frustrated, just press the back button. The game then asks you to confirm that you want to surrender. Click no if you want continue playing.
I Surrender! includes 15 levels, but we haven’t got that far yet. The latest update, version 1.01, has added an online leaderboard so you can see how the best players are doing. The lower the number of deaths puts you higher on the leaderboard.
I Surrender! is a free game at the Windows Phone Store. Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments!
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