GyroSphere Trials By Pronetis Games
June 18, 2017
GyroSphere Trials is not just about racing endlessly, dodging obstacles and unlocking advanced levels. Here, racing is more than simple speed, it is science and physics working together. The game GyroSphere Trials can be best described as a challenging course in an abstract world, but with uncompromising physics. Levels are fast-paced – filled with unpredictable obstacles, and your role is to guide the Sphere to the end of each level without falling off the track. It may sound easy, but trust me, it’s not.
START RACING THROUGH TRICKY TRIALS
Roll, spin, jump, but don’t fall and lose spheres (or say lives). In GyroSphere Trials, you are supposed to roll the sphere forward on a specified track with a swipe of your finger in order to reach to the end, and at the same time, you have to control the sphere so that it won’t fall off from the track. Controls are easy to learn – swipe forward to gain speed, swipe backwards to slow down, and swipe left/right to steer. Wait! Hold on! Don’t let the super-simple controls of GyroSphere Trials fool you. This game requires a good command over both speed and focus to master the levels. You have to move the sphere with a precise force and control it all time to keep it on the track, otherwise, you’ll lose a chance.
50+ LEVELS WITH INCREASING DIFFICULTY
After the first two levels, the game does get harder, with moving platforms, sharp turns, narrow ledges, physical obstacles, slippery slopes and many unpredictable hurdles. Add to that, there are hard-hitting combination puzzles and switches that test your skills along the course. Complexities keep on mounting as you pass every level and some of the hurdles may require extra attention than the others to pass.
As you clear levels, you’ll earn points that can unlock even more wild and crazy race courses (this means new arenas). The faster you finish a level, the more points you get. There are 9 arenas in total, each with 6 levels. You’ll also get a play card when a new arena gets unlocked. Play cards can be used to play levels without consuming spheres. Note: Spheres are like lives. You get 100 spheres at the start, and obviously, you lose a sphere every time it falls off the track.
GyroSphere Trials is a wonderful example of the developer’s expertise that has developed something that demands your uninterrupted attention. The well-thought-out 3D graphical interface of the game is simply awesome, and bright colors add to its beauty. You’d definitely love its graphics and the complexities it packs. Needless to mention, the game is hard to put down. If you’re looking for an unusual fast-paced, physics-based 3D racing game, which is not at all about racing cars or running endlessly on a given track, GyroSphere Trials could be your pick.
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