Vertigo Review (TP-Link Neffos C5 Max): Steering-Free Endless Runner With Sepia Graphics (Video)

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  • 28 Nov 2016
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  • Last month we played an interesting game called Vertigo Racing, available for free in the Play Store and offering us the ability to “race” without having to steer. We played the game on the TP-Link Neffos C5 Max and found it to have an original Instagram filter-style color choice.

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    It’s as if a sepia filter was applied on top of the graphics, that by the way look pretty nice for such a simple game. There’s no steering here, which makes things interesting, so you can only brake or accelerate. You’re always limited by a time meter running out at the top of the screen. There’s also damage that can be taken, so you have to avoid hitting trees or rocks, but you can upgrade your car’s stats to avoid excessive damage.

    You can unlock new cars and tracks, so you’ll be drifting around on rock padded tracks, with beautiful trees on the sides. You can race near the Ocean, close to a castle or in other pitoresque locations. There are checkpoints to reach in a time limit and missions to perform, like jumping a number of times, drifting a number of meters.

    You can upgrade the car’s speed, fuel or damage, plus the acceleration and play with a variety of vintage cars, that would fit right in with the world of The Great Gatsby. Some people may object regarding the fact you can’t steer the car, but that’s half of the game’s charm. The problem with Vertigo Racing is that you have to keep doing the same thing over and over and over again, so repetition kills the fun.

    In the end the experience is original and that’s worth an 8 out of 10 from us.

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