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  • https://twitter.com/winesays Aleksey Stepanov

    Yes! My game is in a podcast! )

    The "Barriex X" has endless amount of lines, it doesn't matter where you go (right or left). The visual plays mind game with you. There is no surface or landscape but just the illusion of it.

    Tricky moment is when you make the first level (in this case) too easy, it becomes boring – the sense of insane speed and camera movement make it shine. But you're absolutely right, I need to reach the right balance with speed and fix the ads frequency.

    This game was totally inspired by the epic Super Hexagon. This is my revenge! : ) I remember how I died a billion times but every new record was a huge victory. I want to recreate that feeling when you get in a zone.

    Thank you for the great podcast!

    Aleksey