Welcome aboard to your spaceship!
Avoid obstacles and go as far as you can in this highspeed tunnel.
Are you Ready ?
Fun but problematic
This game is fun but there’s just wayyy to much lag and ads. It’s so frustrating, annoying, and makes me want to delete the game. It’s sooo bad!!!! Please get this fixed!!!!
Cool cool cool cool cool cool
By noah 145542
It’s fine every one is lying
By Johnny Buck
The game is fine their are ads like other voodoo games so I’m confused why it has poor reviews!
Guess I’m legally skilled now.
This game is ok, but the ads are more cancerous than cancer itself.
a theme among Voodoo games
As I’ve become a fan of Voodoo apps in the past few weeks, I’ve noticed a common theme among them and it doesn’t bode well. I went on to their website and read some of their mission statement finding that they don’t develop most of their games, rather they buy them from smaller designers (which explains the diverse variety comparing Hole.io vs SkyRusher, for example). This isn’t a bad thing necessarily. Voodoo are essentially producers giving exposure to people who can’t get their apps off the ground due to funding on their own. Also, I’ll add that they’ve got great taste.
Here’s where I have problems. We’ll start with “SkyRusher,” the fourth game of theirs I’ve tried. There’s one; the issue of the name itself which implies flying through, well, “sky” when in fact the entire game takes place in a tight corridor likely conceptualized by the Rebel attack through the belly of the 2nd Death Star in Return of the Jedi thus there’s no SKY in which to RUSH through. But that’s the part that makes the most sense. It’s as the Japanese say “tekitou” meaning “eh, good enough.”
Then there’s the problems with the gameplay itself like the inability to change to inverted flight making it difficult to control until you get the hang of retraining your brain. The lag do to ad interference is the worst of any app I’ve seen, recently. You’re doing fine and suddenly Rocket Mortgage appears at the bottom of your screen which lags the game and reconnects you a moment before you smack into a wall. There’s the award system which is obviously established for one reason only; to keep you invested yet, exactly like in both Hole.io and Helix Jump, these “level ups” are entirely arbitrary “skins” (if you will) and do not affect one’s game play. In this game’s case, the skin varies your flying air ship. Your default is an artistic (and royalty free) rendering on the Millennium Falcon. But you can upgrade with earned in-game-money to other ships designed from pop-culturally significant shows and films. There’s a Naboo N-1 fighter from the Star Wars prequels, an Enterprise-C and the Cowboy Bebop Swordfish to name just a few. Right now, I’m using what I believe is based off a WW2 Navy Hellcat fighter. The thing is, collecting all would take a lot of work and none will change the way the game is played. They’re in effect, skins, as I stated earlier. There are no faster, nor more maneuverable upgrades. This is the same in the case of “Helix Jump,” another Voodoo game, that allows for the user to switch the type of ball. It’s pointless.
Levels: as you progress through, you will discover nothing about the stages but the color changes (and even the colors will repeat by the fourth level). They don’t become any more difficult either, per say. But they extend the length of the corridor by 50 relative meters lengthening each level by about 1 second.
What I would like to see is a the ability to shoot down the white money cubes (rather than fly through) and a way to use ailerons to roll the aircraft rather than only rudder controls. Also, upgrading airships should mean controlling speed, maneuverability and add strength. Especially considering how long the levels become. As it stands, there’s no legitimate incentive to level up!
This is the theme continuing through Voodoo games. If only they would stick with one app and work on updates and improvements rather than developing three or four mediocre ones, they could really keep the gamers’ interest.
I would personally be willing to pay the 3 dollars for ad free gameplay if I knew I enjoyed the game enough to keep it on my desktop a few months but something tells me Voodoo is better served having you lose interest, find another game generating more from you via ad revenue.
If I’m gonna pay for no ads...I expect no ads?
By Alfonso poopoo fatty the third
Almost a great game. Free version is garbage, but that’s to be expected these days with developers trying to turn a profit by bloating their work with more ads than game. Regardless, I immediately could tell the game itself was enjoyable enough to splurge the 2.99 and remove the ads, but that apparently only includes the ads that keep you from playing the game itself. What’s incredibly unfortunate is that you spend your three dollars and still have that constantly rotating banner ad at the bottom of your screen. If I pay for your product why on earth are you STILL trying to sell me more garbage!? Super weak and a total shame considering this game’s potential, but the biggest upset is how much of a distraction that stupid banner is to the gameplay. You made something relatively spectacular...thanks for being greedy and ruining it. Overall disappointment.
Easy but to much adds
I got to level 39 or 40 in one day make it harder and when you finish there’s an add.
It was fine
It’s rate botted
They made fake accs to rate 5 stars
Ok, so my gameplay is fine right? Until I get to lvl 16 my game starts to lag like crazy. I can’t even finish the level because of it. Also, voodoo, you make TOO MANY apps! All your apps spam me with ads, how greedy. I would give a better rating if you fix this. 😡