** Featured on the App Store as Game of the Day! **
Rainbrow is a game you play with your face! Your eyebrows control your character.
Lift your eyebrows up to jump up and lower them to jump down. Dodge enemies, collect stars, and get a high score!
Lot of enemies to dodge, including
• various weather conditions
• spooky ghosts
Watch out for a special powerup that gives your character rainbow eyebrows and the ability to destroy enemies in its path!
Rainbrow uses the TrueDepth camera system to track your eyebrow movements. As a result, the game cannot be played on devices without a TrueDepth camera system.
Having difficulty with the game recognizing your eyebrows? Try moving to an area with more light. Have fun!
Fixed some text rendering issues. Thanks for playing Rainbrow!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I see how developers are finally taking advantage of the iPhone X’s special feature. This is such a fun game although it gets my face a bit tired , but great exercise for my facial muscles haha! The movement is really accurate, and I love the real life interactive experience. This is just a simple collect the stars with movement type of game, but imagine what more could come ? I’m excited , I look forward to more games with the incorporation if true depth sensor.
I gave this app 4 stars instead of 5, because I realized when it didn’t work in the dark and when my blond-eyebrowed friend was having trouble playing, that the X series True Depth system wasn’t being used… just the regular selfie cam.
I am near-sighted and wear progressive lenses. When I hold my screen close where I’m comfortable without my glasses, that’s too close and the app won’t work. When I hold it further, the game is fuzzy for my myopic eyes. When I put my glasses on, I have to hold my head uncomfortably far up and the phone far away to see it clearly.
Why is this a problem for the normal front-facing camera ? Does Apple even give you access to the True Depth array?
Good, not Great
I found this game demoing an iPhone 11 at my local Sam's Club. I loved it so I got it on my iPhone XR. It works fine, but really hurts my face (lol). though, the worse part is that sometimes it would not move even when I tried my hardest to make my expressions. I also realized that this app just doesn't use the TrueDepth features... I tested so by covering the Facial Projector, the Brightness Sensor, and the TrueDepth camera leaving only the selfie camera left... but somehow the app still worked? yeah... definitely not using the TrueDepth system. Great thought, but can be amazingly better with tweaks.
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- Nathan Gitter
- 21.2 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- © Nathan Gitter
- In-App Purchases
- Unlock All Faces $1.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.