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Test Your Reflexes In Unpossible, A New Game For iOS

Test Your Reflexes In Unpossible, A New Game For iOS

April 17, 2014

Unpossible is a new iOS app that requires quick reflexes, on-the-spot decision making, and nerves of steel in order for players to succeed. You can pick up the new game now on the App Store for $1.99, and it’s optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

The aim in Unpossible is to control a futuristic vehicle that’s traveling along a track which continually twists and turns. Along the way, countless barriers will block your path, and you’ll need to tap or tilt left or right in order to steer your machine around each obstacle.

The app also supports MFi (Made for iPhone) gamepads, though regardless of which option you choose, the game’s control system has been designed “so the controls get out of your way,” according to developer Acceleroto.

There are three main gameplay levels available in the application, and in the app’s release notes it’s developer provides a brief overview of each one:

  • Simplicity: Super approachable introduction to the Unpossible world. Hone your skills here. Last 60 seconds in Simplicity to unlock Futile and Daily Futile.
  • Futile: Where most people will spend their time. Faster than Simplicity, Futile will find your weakness and make you conquer it. Survive for 60 seconds in Futile to unlock Ultra and Daily Ultra.
  • Ultra: It’s Ultra Unpossible. This is the pinnacle of Unpossible. The obstacles spin, the sequences you learned before will need to be unlearned. You will be challenged all the way to your soul. Ultra is hardcore. Masocore even. Only the strongest will make it through Ultra.

Daily levels (“Daily Simplicity,” “Daily Futile,” and “Daily Ultra”) are also available in the game. “If you like to practice the same level, these levels are for you. These levels are the same difficulty as their namesakes except the levels stay the same for a full day. There are also special achievements for the daily levels – beat them every day to find out!,” Acceleroto adds.

We’ll be going hands-on with Unpossible in dedicated app review tomorrow, so check back to hear our impressions. In the meantime, for a closer look at the game, we’ve included a trailer for Unpossible below.

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Unpossible can be downloaded for $1.99 on the App Store, and it’s optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


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