We've come across a game that will push your reflexes to their limits and really try to mess with your mind in a fun way. The Binary Rush app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone offers smooth and simple functionality wrapped up with challenging elements. All you have to do is tap on the right and left of the screen in order to control the dots that just never stop. You'll find yourself almost instantly addicted to this offering.
It's really easy to become addicted to the Binary Rush app in fact it happens the moment you launch the game. The rules are really simple you need to tap on the right or left in order to make the dot switch lanes. The key is that you can't let the dots hit any of the obstacles. The graphics are crisp, clean, and bright and everything in the app feels modern and minimalist. Once you download this app it's universal so it will be available on all your devices. To provide you with that extra sense of challenge the app supports Game Center, achievements, and leaderboards.
This offering is free to download and in its recent update there were some very small fixes. It currently has a very impressive 4.5 out of five stars from users but no customer comments at this time.
Enjoy the retro look, feel, and sounds of this game
The Gaming Experience
The Binary Rush game has a few notable features even though it's a simple and streamlined offering. For starters you can actually record your game and then share the replay, this is a great way to show off your skills to your friends. Speaking of sharing you can share to Twitter and Facebook. Everything about this offering is addictive and fun including the music which is that classic chip-tunes style. While this game isn’t meant to draw you in with some deep and involved storyline instead it’s great for casual gaming and is a bit mesmerizing, perfect for that quick little escape in the day.
What I like about this game is that the moment you launch it you can start playing. The controls and the rules are both easy to understand so you won’t feel frustrated as you try to figure out what you’re doing. I like the fact that the game is fast-paced and the controls are so responsive and exact. The only downfall is the ad banner across the top of the screen.