Does Not Commute Review (Sony Xperia E4): One of the Most Original Commute-Based Games Ever, With Hilarious Scripts (Video)

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  • 12 Sep 2015
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  • A few months back, I got the chance to play a game called Does Not Commute, that I had a blast with on the Sony Xperia E4. Basically, the game is free, but in fact you can only play a sort of endless mode, since triggering checkpoints would require an in app purchase.

    The purpose is to guide people in cars toward the target in a certain time limit. There are excellent background stories here, intertwined and written in a hilarious way. Graphics also look great and the first missions involve simple routes, but then things become hectic and the traffic gets busier. You can get damage and lose control of the vehicle, too.

    Physics are truly great and even the UI was designed in a pretty original way, feeling like a sort of old school radio button setup. The cars will ride automatically and all you have to do is tap the sides of the screen in order to direct the car right or left. There are even ramps at some points and the checkpoints are triggered for $2. Mediocre has done a fine job with this game, that’s smart, addictive and offers variations of reaching your target.

    You can rewind time if you’re unhappy with the progress, but time is a precious resource here. There many vehicles to look out for at rush hour, ambulances to take into account and various crazy scenarios. Boosts like armor or extra speed are also available. I like the building architecture and attention to map detail. You can download the game here and we give it 9.3 out of 10.

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