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By , on September 18, 2014

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4 out of 5


  • A fresh take on the endless-runner format
  • Vector art styling are great
  • Tough, but rewarding


  • Timing jumps is initially tricky, and can feel a little off at first
  • It's a one-note game



A great-looking and refreshingly new take on the tired endless-runner genre, Fotonica also serves as a delightfully retro nostalgia trip for fans of vector graphics.

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Fotonica is an endless-runner.

There, I said it.

But it's also much, much more than that. It's an ode to '80s vector art. It's a mobile Mirror's Edge. It's an artsy speed sim set to by a throbbing, experimental soundscape.

And, though not without issues, it's also a lot of fun, as Pocket Gamer's Craig Grannell found during his review.

Watch the video above to hear the full review.

Read the review transcript over on Pocket Gamer.


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