Shred It Review (Sony Xperia X Compact): Fun Papercraft Runner, Not Much More (Video)

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  • 20 Nov 2016
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  • There are some games out there, that are alive and well courtesy of their graphics and unique visual approach. Shred It is one such game, at first sight an average endless runner, but in the end a bit more than that. We played it on the Sony Xperia X Compact and had quite a bit of fun with it.


    The game is a basic snowboarding endless runner with papercraft graphics and it’s available for free in the Play Store. You can collect leaves as currency, plus feathers every once in a while. Hearts are also available to let you hit objects and not end up with a “game over”. Swiping to the sides, up or down lets you avoid obstacles as usual.

    You can unlock new characters, new boards, outfits and more, plus unlock a bunch of stickers as well. Aside from the regular “Campaign” mode, there’s also a time trial mode, that lets you race with a time limit and get seconds every once in a while, plus a free ride mode, for those who just want to enjoy the slopes and graphics. It’s a fun title, but it’s also not much of a challenge, since it’s very light on the difficulty side.

    The papercraft graphics are appealing and you can even do tricks when you reach ledges or higher areas, plus jump through a circle for some random bonus. It needs updates, but it’s good enough for a 7 out of 10, since it’s quite relaxing.

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