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Find your path in this unique & beautiful one touch puzzle runner, that has within it, a transformative message:
“The path to your destiny, will not always be a straight one”
...And just like life, this game isn't easy.
Simple one touch gameplay
"Crooked Path is an emotive exploration of life's twists and turns" - Pocket Gamer
"It's a gorgeous-looking game..." - Touch Arcade
"The visuals are gorgeous and minimalistic" - App Army
"Visually, Crooked Path is beautiful with a simple and clean aesthetic." - App Advice
Fixed problem of random crashing experienced by some players
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
So maddening. So hard. And so satisfying to reach the finish! This runner sure isn't endless—we met our end dozens of times in the first few minutes we played. But an almost hypnotic rhythm develops. Could we perfectly time the runner’s turns to send him whipping around corners? The tiniest miss sent him plunging to his doom, but every flicker of victory made us determined to keep trying—and dying.
Most Calming App Ever
This review is middling-to-fair that, while this is more effective than meditation apps for mindfulness, the ads are too distracting sometimes to play.
I'm a perfectionist when it comes to most games. I will restart levels for the smallest of mistakes. Because most games seem to have a taunting set-up, 'this EASY level took you THIRTY tries??'
This game stands calmly and gently opposed to that. Mistakes are welcome, encouraged, and rewarded. The glowing cubes to collect often are along the wrong path. The option of skipping a level is only there as a reminder that, it's okay if you're frustrated, you can try again later.
The level design is exactly how this succeeds in what meditation apps can't for me. There is something unknown out there. You can't see the whole level. You have to engage and explore and, even if you anticipate something, you can easily see how you do or don't "succeed in completing" whatever task you were attempting.
I know that the developers probably can't control exactly what kind of ads they have, but the game would be much better if they didn't flash. It's fair and understandable that they're there, which is why I rated a 4 rather than say a 3. (I was recommended this on an article of pricey but currently free apps. The ads being there surprised me as the app prices tended to be $3-5.)
Great simple game
Easy to pick up, challenging but not to the point of being impossible
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.