Quantum jump from planck to planck as you hit critical velocity in Boson X, a rotational runner from Mu & Heyo.
Build up speed inside a massive particle accelerator and generate high-energy collisions to discover strange new particles. Use precise timing and fast reflexes to navigate a hazardous subatomic world where floors and ceilings don't exist. Will you be fast enough to find the elusive Boson X?
"You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else." - Albert Einstein
"No language which lends itself to visualizability can describe quantum jumps." - Max Born
iPhone 3GS or newer recommended.
This game contains no in-app purchases, superfluous power-ups, coins or XP systems - just deadly serious scientific research.
We’ve been gushing over the speedy Boson X for a few solid months now (while subsequently pulling our hair out trying to top our latest high score), and for pretty good reason: the game is the next in line of must-play impossible twitch-reflex challenges akin to Super Hexagon. Well now Android users can finally have the chance to see what all the fuss is about, as Boson X has sped its way onto the Google platform today.
In Boson X, players are tasked with running through a rotating vortex of a game world that’s bursting with dizzying colors and deadly jumps at every step of the way. The game is fast, furious, and most importantly, just all-around mobile fun.
Boson X can be downloaded on the Google Play Marketplace right now for $1.99, after which you can then proceed to throw your Android device against the wall once you get a taste of the game’s addictively blistering difficulty. You’ve been warned! Read more »
Boson X is essentially the spiritual sequel to glorious hair-pulling action game Super Hexagon. Cylindrically-shaped levels? Check. Fast-paced, randomly-generated action that keeps you on your toes every single moment of play? Check. A base difficulty so severe that you may accidentally smash your iPhone to pieces after you die for the umpteenth time? Oh yes, it's all there.
But this rotational runner is far from just another Super Hexagon, as the game offers a massively unique take on the endless runner genre. The variety on show here is simply wonderful, and the difficulty factor coupled with the online leaderboards means that we'll no doubt be coming back for more again and again.
You are a professor who has become caught in a massive particle accelerator. By jumping from platform to platform you can keep him safe from the high-energy particles dancing around him, and hopefully build up enough energy that you'll manage to discover some new particles along the way. Read more »