A great journey to the sky starts with a single step.
Through dynamic Escher-style labyrinths you will reach your inner peace in this endless one-tap-one-step game.
Or push your patience and reflexes to the limit in a brand new dark hardcore mode!
Tap on the screen at the right time, when the circle is above the tile, to make a step.
Get higher scores to unlock new patterns and beat everyone in the leaderboard!
Ratings and Reviews
More ads than gameplay.
TL:DR Played for 5 minute and wasn't interested enough to play even 99 cents to remove the ads.
There are more ads than game. The looks like it tried to shove as many ads as it could all over the place. During the game, after several level plays, on the menu, there probably more places I didn't list....but they are everywhere. To be fair, for 99 cents you can remove the ads. I assume all of them... But it's hard to believe they could find all of them to remove and I'm sure the one on them menu would still be there. It's a button that you have no idea what it is until after you push it.
Ok, what about game. You are two circles, one is stationary while the other loops you twice, the second time it will start to diminish, so you have to place it on a floor or wall before it goes away. The seemingly random generated building floats in open air, and gives you one or twice paths to select but if you miss the path the game ends and gives you a count of how many steps you made. The are several power downs to disrupt any rhythm you are have along with the changes to perceived perspective.
Ah, it seems another Ketchapp game has crossed my path.
Ketchapp is a great game creator, and I've enjoyed many of their games (Circle, Don't Touch The Spikes, Jelly Jump, Endless Sky, ooh, especially that last one!) And as with all of their games, quite a few ads. However, they aren't as overtaking as most people seem to think. Especially if wifi is off, only small ones (or none at all) will appear. This game is alright, although I didn't really understand how it worked at first! One circle spins, hovering, around the other, and you must tap when it's on the path. Took about 10 tries to understand that, so I guess I'm not of the intelligent persuasion. Worth your time, but not as good as some other Ketchapp games. Time to go play for a bit, and then I'm back to Endless Sky!
Awesome game:too many ads
The game is incredibly addicting and fun, but it bothers me when an ad pops up in the middle of the game. Accidentally clicking on them is fairly easy, even during the game, thus interrupting needed focus. Although it gives an option to remove ads, it never states the price, so im a bit iffy on wether or not to remove them. Lots of games have ads, but they go a little over the top when they sneak them between every play (It can get incredibly annoying). All other ketchapp games have this downer as well, which is a shame considering their games are very well made. Other than the advertising though, the game is very fun and addicting, just watch out for those sneaky ad pests;)
- 31.4 MB
Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Ketchapp
- In-App Purchases
- Remove Ads $0.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.