Sky Punks Review (Leagoo Lead 1): Feels Like Subway Surfers, Only More Playful… and Laggy (Video)

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  • 16 May 2015
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  • Who hasn’t heard of Subway Surfers? Who hasn’t heard of runners in general? Well, I hadn’t heard of Sky Punks, till I saw it in the Play Store. Launched in early April, the game was played on the Leagoo Lead 1 handset, from Hong Kong. This is a free game, and endless runner in the vein of Subway Surfers.

    This is an auto runner, with cartoonish graphics, involving kids on hovercrafts. It feels a bit like Jak and Daxter and it has an energy system, meaning you’ll be forced to wait till the meter is full again if you want to play some more. You can buy new characters and vehicles, perform upgrades and collect powerups as you progress. The control is pretty basic, with a swipe to the sides to go left or right, swipe up to jump over obstacles and swipe down to get below obstacles.

    The game has good graphics and the action goes down on 3 lanes. You will get stars for completing objectives and you can even keep playing after the objectives are completed. Aside from unlocking characters and rides, you can also unlock costumes including Angry Birds ones. Along the track you’ll come across gates that speed you up and platforms that thrown you high.

    If you die, you will spend gems or watch a video to resurrect and get back in the game. There’s even a rhino stampede at some point, so it’s smart to stay away when that happens. The game is quite fun and it has nice, colourful graphics, but the lag is a bit of a problem, as some other Play Store reviews are claiming. I’m giving the game an 8.7 out of 10 and you can download it here.

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