Zigzag Review (Xolo Q2100): One Tap Ketchapp Game May Drive you Mad and Addicted (Video)

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  • 22 Apr 2015
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  • Ketchapp in on fire lately, releasing a ton of games, that seem to use the same principle: one tap gameplay, vaguely similar graphics to Crossy Road or Monument Valley and an experience that feels a bit like Flappy Bird’s. At least frustration-wise… That also applies to the game Zigzag, detailed below.

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    We played it on the Xolo Q2100 handset and had fun, while also becoming angry. This is a free title, that has a background that feels a bit like the one of Monument Valley, with its endless architectural structure, ascending to the top of the screen. Your aim is to move a ball in a zigzag pattern in order to collect a series of purple thingies and try not to fall from the main path.

    That’s it, there are no powerups, no special features or any other gimmick. You keep tapping on the screen to go left or right and the game is pretty fun and addictive at first. The background color changes after a certain score, around each 50 points or so. You need quick reflexes for this game and patience, both things I didn’t have as seen in the review below.

    We played the game on a Xolo Q2100 phone from India and I have to mention that this free game shows quite a few ads. Overall, Zigzag felt too simple, so we gave it an 8 out of 10. you can get it here

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