Sorta Like Luge
A game can’t replicate the harrowing winter sport. But it can come close.
The art of falling
You’re careening down a narrow, twisting track at unfathomable speeds. Each curve could be the difference between victory and defeat. Moment to moment, you teeter between control and catastrophe.
This isn’t luge. This is Impossible Road.
Much like the harrowing winter sport, Impossible Road is all about speed and precision. Steel your nerves as you roll down an endless course, scoring points when you pass through the gates that appear intermittently along the way.
The challenge? There are no walls to keep you on track – a single mistake sends you flying off the edge and into a snow-white oblivion.
That is, unless, you can stick the landing. While you won’t see anybody trying this in real life, flinging yourself off the track and managing to land back on it snags you some serious bonus points. Hit it just right and watch your score explode.
Playing Impossible Road may not take a lifetime of training, but when you start cracking high-score milestones – 100 points, then 200 and upward – the pressure builds and your pulse races. It’s an adrenaline rush – and the first sign that you’re destined for gaming gold.