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[Updated] The Trip is a free endless runner with a unique style that's out now for iPad and iPhone

Drive it (Updated with Android details)

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Product: The Trip | Developer: Henry Gosuen | Genre: Arcade, Casual, Endless running
For: iPad   Also on: Android, iPhone
 


Updated on October 8th at 12:55: It turns out The Trip is also available on the Google Play Store. It's just as free as it is on iOS, and you can grab it via this link [download].

Original story follows...



The Trip
is a pretty simple endless runner with a couple of tricks up its sleeve. It's also free, and it looks lovely, so you don't really have anything to lose by giving it a go.

You control a little camper van that's scooting across a hand-drawn landscape. Tapping makes you jump. At least it does to start with. Crystals fall from the sky and grabbing them changes what your tap does.

You might get a power-up that lets you extend into the air on a spring-like structure, or one that lets you fly, Flappy Bird-style, for a little while.

It adds a bit of a frisson to proceedings, and means you need to be on your toes because your van can change into something new at any time.

There's a bit of frustration threaded through proceedings, but for a free game, you can't really complain. The Trip is worth a look if you're after a new endless runner that does things slightly differently.
 

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Harry Slater 8 October 2014
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