If you are tired of the games that only allow you to test your reflexes with a single finger, then you might want to check out Duo Synchro, which is a fun, simple, yet highly challenging game for your iPhone and iPad.
This app is available for free and can be downloaded in an instant thanks to its 0.7 MB lightweight packaging. Let’s get right to its features and gameplay.
When you first launch Duo Synchro, you will have to switch to landscape more. You will be presented with a tutorial that you can swipe through in five steps, which guides you through what you need to do.
Tap the Play button on the screen to go to the game screen, where you must press and hold the receptacles on either side of the screen, like moving goalposts in a field. The game will begin when you have held down the receptacles for a couple of moments.
Projectiles will appear from the middle of the screen and go towards either side. You must catch the projectiles in order to earn points. You can also let go of the receptacles in order to pause the game, but use this option carefully because you only get a limited number of pauses.
Each time you miss, a vertical red segment will appear from both sides, getting increasingly bigger with each mistake. When the entire screen turns red, the game will be over.
Try to beat your score or use the Game Center leaderboards as a point of reference to check where you stand.
The app has a really simple and straightforward user interface, making it fairly fool-proof for players from all backgrounds.
Check local and global leaderboards to see where you stand
Avoidable ads which can be removed via in-app purchases
Toggle sounds on and off
Improve your hand-eye coordination
There is nothing negative to say about this app
Duo Synchro is a really cool game that will likely help you develop your hand-eye coordination on both sides at once. Get this app on your iPhone or iPad and start enjoying this challenging and fast-paced game which will keep you on the edge of your seat!
Neha has been writing and editing since 2010 and has been reviewing iOS apps since early 2014. She has lived in four different countries and loves having the world at her fingertips thanks to these awesome apps.