Update, April 13, 2018: Outrun the cops in the ridiculous endless action driving game PAKO 2. Also be sure to check out Dissembler, your next puzzle obsession.
You know the crazy car chase scene in The Blues Brothers where the cop cars just keep crashing into each other? That’s essentially the core gameplay of PAKO 2, an intense arcade driving game that features the most outrageous car chases you’ve ever seen on mobile.
You play as a getaway driver for hire picking up crews from heist spots and escorting them to their drop point. Sounds simple enough — until you factor in the endless barrage of cop cars trying to take you out. If they’re closing in, use Turbo to get some breathing room. Just don’t drive off a cliff or let the cops ram your car too many times or it’s game over.
There are a ton of vehicles available for purchase in the game — either using money earned from your heists or via in-app purchases — and each features unique stats for hit points, speed, and weaponry. There are also five maps to play, but those, too, require a lot of in-game cash to unlock (or an in-app purchase with real money).
The good news is that this game is fun to play without spending any money, and despite the grind of collecting money to unlock new cars, the manic gameplay and randomized upgrade system makes every play-through feel unique.
Who doesn’t love a good puzzle game? Dissembler is a colorful and abstract game that has you flipping tiles to match three — pretty standard stuff. Except, unlike other match-three games you may have played before, you don’t get new tiles dropping in replacing the ones you’ve cleared. Instead, you’re tasked with clearing the whole board.
It all starts out nice and easy as the game lays out the basic principles before gradually presenting you with more complex puzzles — check out the trailer above to see what I mean.
With over 120 puzzles to play with no time limits, move limits, or in-app purchases or ads to deal with this just might be your next puzzle obsession!
April 13, 2018 at 05:03AM