Joe Danger Infinity – Ride Into the Fun Zone [Review]

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Joe Danger Infinity, by Hello Games, has taken inspiration from Toy Story and put you in the roll of dolls and action figures driving toy vehicles through obstacle courses in a house.

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Tons of environments to see, obstacles to avoid and fun to have

Joe Danger Infinity has over a hundred levels, each with 3 challenges to complete and many characters and vehicles to unlock. Challenges can be collecting coins or stars, jumping or ducking at the perfect time or achieving a certain score.

Characters are unlocked randomly through a gum ball machine and you’ll have to find gum ball tokens in levels to active it. While vehicles, are unlocked by completing tours, you have to buy them for a few thousand coins. You can also pay to unlock and buy any character or vehicle you want at anytime for the price of 20,000 to 100,000 coins. Though if you’re lacking coins, you can buy more through an in-app purchase.

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Completing each challenge in each level is going to take you hours, which is a good thing!

I’m really enamoured by how great Joe Danger Infinity looks. The characters, the vehicles, and the environment all look great on my iPhone. I also liked how I was eased into the different controls. I started out jumping, then soon learned how to duck, then switch lanes and so on.

Although, at the start I felt the jump and duck were a bit too slow to respond, I did get use to the timing after a couple of games. Additionally, I liked that the characters and vehicles I unlocked gave me coin and score bonuses, because this gave me a reason to keep playing to unlock the ones that gave me the highest bonuses.

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There are a lot of cute characters and vehicles to unlock

Joe Danger Infinity is a great game that will keep you entertained for hours as you race through levels, complete challenges and unlock characters and vehicles. You can download Joe Danger Infinity for $0.99 from the App Store–it’s currently the Editors’ Choice pick. Then, tell us which character and vehicle from the game are your favourite.

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  • miki

    This game blows. I’ll go back to playing Bonk on TurboGrafx-16