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Octagon 1: Maximal Challenge

Games & Casual & Action
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Jun 21, 2021
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You are trapped inside the Octagon, a megaplex of hallways, platforms, and gaps—and the clock is running. Can you survive the mad race through this trippy 8-sided tunnel? “Octagon is like Temple Run but on steroids and with much cooler music and graphics. If you're a Temple Run or Impossible Road fan, you definitely want to check out Octagon for iPhone or iPad.” - Allyson Kazmucha, iMore “Some of the most fun I’ve had with my iPhone this year.” - 9/10 Arcade Sushi “Fast, tough game that doesn’t give a darn about your feelings. Go for it!” - 4/5 Cult of Mac “If you love these impossible reflex games, then you don’t want to miss out on Octagon.” - 5/5 AppAdvice Octagon is a minimal arcade game where you have to move fast or be left behind. As the floor moves beneath you, spin your world around to dodge speed bumps. Flip upside-down to avoid holes, surf on top of the Octagon—whatever you can do to survive the mad race through this trippy 8-sided tunnel. An energizing soundtrack by Sqeepo and psychedelic color bursts keep you in the zone on your race to the finish. But with each round over after just 60 seconds, only super-fast reflexes will beat this very challenging game. Features: - Classic, Endless and NEW Daily mode - Unlimited number of randomly generated levels - Dynamic procedural graphics with a minimalistic iOS7 look - Original soundtrack by Sqeepo - Universal App with iCloud syncing - Pure challenge with no in-app purchases or cheats Tell me if you love it or hate it at or follow me at @lukaskorba.

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May 29, 2016

Alright, so the app is not bad, but could be a lot better. The swipe controls were a questionable choice for me, for the game gets so fast paced, that it becomes impractical to swipe, when tapping would work just fine. The way the app looked made me think it was going to be a more geometry dash type game, when in reality, it wasn't. The music has an almost play the game to it vibe, but due to the "randomly" generated levels, tends to be off beat with my swipes, giving an unnatural feeling. The perspective of where the holes are is a little off as well. But it is not the worst I have played, nothing tries to force you to buy anything and there hasn't been an ad, so it is not trying to milk money. And I applaud that. It could be a good-great game, but is not as of now.

Aug 08, 2017

I am a proud owner of an Apple TV. I love playing games on my Apple TV, because it is really fun to go to play games that aren't Consol games on the big screen. I love her mobile developers like you, the developers of Octagon, have an ability to quickly and easily make a version of your app for the Apple TV. I also happen to know the game development is not easy, and mistakes are going to be made occasionally. But, the controls on the Apple TV are completely and totally 100% trash. The only way to have good controls on the Apple TV version of the game, is to have a game controller. I do not have one of those. And if anyone else does not have one of those, the game is completely unplayable. If you want to try to fix the swipe controls, that's great. I would love to have swipe controls that actually work. That would be nice. But what I would actually prefer, is if you were to add touch controls to the Siri remote. Controls that function like they do on the controller. The ability to tap of the sides or edges of the remote to move your octagon. This is my only complaint with the game, as the mobile version is almost perfect. And if the Apple TV version could be played I I assume that it would be great as well. When I saw octagon had an Apple TV app, I was excited to play it. But now, I don't think I can. Please fix this. Thanks. Rocket

May 11, 2017

The swipe controls while responsive take time. Which is good for early levels in classic but is terrible for later ones as the speed is increased The tap controls are absolutely terrible. Tapping one side of the screen should send you that side but if you miss the absolute side you are sent flipping. Simply put the tap controls are too unforgiving with switching lanes The computer version is the definitive version as the controls are solid and it works for people who left and right handed perfectly I would have thought that with the CPU version we would not have crappy controls in the phone version. Advice make an update where tapping both sides of the screen flips the map not the center and give complete lane switching to tapping one side of the screen.

An Annoyed Stranger
May 28, 2016

The game uses a simple design that has been done countless times before, and with little creative execution. Despite actually being flat, platforms are strangely given graphical depth that can make it difficult to tell where gaps occur from a distance. Levels are predesigned so that difficult parts are always at the end, and the player needs to continually go through nearly a minute of trivial sections before finally arriving at the challenge. Worst of all, the game can misread swipes occasionally, resulting in instant failure. The music soon becomes annoying as well. The gameplay can be inconsistently challenging, but is inherently repetitive. I do not consider this app worth the space it takes up, let alone money.

Dean McCoppin
May 28, 2016

If you like this game, at all, get yourself the game Run (found on the app store as a Kongregate game for free) instead. This game is basically a rip off of that, in the fullest sense of the term. It used a different background and a new obstacle to make it seem new, but is really so inferior. In this, you can't jump, instead you just roughly 'flip' the map upside down. The music in this game was so bad for the first level I had to turn it off. That might be opinion, but it seemed to be a few notes on repeat every 2 seconds. Run, on the other hand, has glorious music and much smoother play. Plus in that game you get to use an alien with shoes or I Estates and such. Seriously, get Run. It's worth your time. Any moment on this game is a moment wasted.

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About Octagon 1: Maximal Challenge

Developed by Lukas Korba.

Octagon 1: Maximal Challenge is ranking in   Games & Casual & Action

Last update was at Jun 21, 2021and the current version is 3.2.

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Octagon 1: Maximal Challenge have a 527a user reviews.

Octagon 1: Maximal Challenge was released in the App Store. It is developed by Lukas Korba, who have also released the following apps.

Octagon 1: Maximal Challenge has 527 user reviews.​

Octagon 1: Maximal Challenge has an average rating of 4.0. ​The latest version of Octagon 1: Maximal Challenge 3.2​ ​​was ​released on Jun 21, 2021​.

You can download Octagon 1: Maximal Challenge ​here

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