Don't step the white tile
By Ayumu Kinoshita
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An addicting Japanese game that tests your reflexes against time and movement. Test your speed and accuracy with this simple and fun game!
Tap the start button to begin and then tap on the black blocks to follow the 50 steps toward the goal.
The quicker you tap, the faster the path moves!
Tap on a white block and the game is over.
Time Attack Mode
Test your speed to see how fast can you complete 50 steps to the goal?
Long Run Mode
Measure distance advanced in 11 seconds. and if complete 50 steps,add 10 seconds.
display your steps and to begin a countdown of 10 seconds.
Sudden Stop Mode
In this mode you have a 10 seconds to step as many times as possible, but you have to stop before the 10 second mark.
One step over10 seconds and you lose--so tip-toe quickly, but carefully!
Your scores are recorded so you can always check your improvement.
Instructions on how to play the game, as well as the developer’s best score are included.
Can you do better than the developer?
What's New in Version 1.5
Way underrated- definitely better than knockoffs
This the original don't step the white tile, right? I saw this at the top of the App Store and I knew I needed to download it. Within a few days I was hooked- I went to go write a review when I saw it disappeared from the top of the list. I figured it got deleted and was preparing for the swarm of knockoffs (you know, like Flappy Bird). And oh boy, the knockoffs...they're horrible. I tried to play Piano Tiles, way too slow. Luckily I was able to find that this game is still in the App Store, but what happened? This is WAY underrated, it's AMAZINGLY addicting and fun (but not Flappy Bird level addicting). Sure it only had three modes where Piano Tiles has six, but why does that matter? (Seriously, that's peoples reasons for why Piano is better) I just love this game. My high score in long run is 664, for now anyways. I'm hooked! :)
This game is the original Don't Step game. The only thing is that I wish it had multiplayer like the clone Don't Step Racing.
This game is exceptionally smooth and loads very quickly from scene to scene, with clean and eye pleasing transitions. Just add multiplayer please!
I would love to be able to play vs my friends on my iPad. This game is definitely challenging, as I have yet to break the 8 second barrier, to say nothing of getting the 7.5 second achievement. Somehow I'll make it one day haha. Not sure how people manage that ridiculous time but wow... Also it would be great if there were gamecenter so I can see just how fast people are.
Overall though, the lack of multiplayer and lack of gamecenter integration is not enough to merit taking off even a single star! This game is really that good, so I suggest you download it now and start racing. Be warned though, the long mode will fry your brain and tire your wrists as you fight I keep going with taking a mis step. After all... Who wants to end up dying after running for over 1000 steps? That's almost 2 minutes worth of running at at least 5 blocks per second... All without a single mis step. Very intense!!!!!
Far beyond the work of Flappy Bird
Hello, I will be around the app store reviewing popular games. As of now, this is the first one.
This game is possibly the most addictive game of 2014. Yes, there was Flappy Bird, but it was much too addictive. People couldn't sleep, sent to therapy, even rehab. There was even a death of a brother because of it. Very sad indeed. But this game is more addictive and easy. If someone messes you up, you don't freak out. You can beat it if you have the correct skill.
Although this game is addictive and pretty simple, it does have one flaw. In the "StoppingJust" mode, when it says stop and you accidentally press another tile. It doesn't matter if its black or not, it says you are out. But the rest is pretty flawless. So my rating? I give a 5 of 5 stars.
It gets that because it is addictive like Flappy Bird, yet it is easy. Also like Flappy Bird, the simplicity of it is amazing. Thank you for reading and see if you can find my other reviews on popular games.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Apr 04, 2014
- Version: 1.5
- Size: 4.4 MB
- Languages: English, Japanese
- Seller: Ayumu Kinoshita
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.