Remember when we could not stop talking about that crazy game where you play as a robot leg, and the sole objective is to crush everything in your path? Of course you do, which is why we're even more excited to talk about the latest addition to Christian Prescott's Endless Robot Street: audio.
It was one of the major things missing from the initial version of the game, but the latest 1.1 update finally adds some sounds to go along with the stylish visuals. Now with every move of the robot leg, you hear the mechanical weight shifting. And when you bring down the leg to crush something—particularly a car, bus or helicopter—there's a loud thunderclap-like sound, perfectly suited to the destruction at hand. The best part? When you step on those pesky humans, you hear an amazing squish that's extremely gross and yet satisfying at the same time.
We know some of you are reading this and think we're crazy, but trust us when we say it's worth playing at least once if only for the stupendous graphics and physics. For a better idea of what the game is like in action, you can watch our video hands-on of the original version sans audio after the break. If you're already sold, click on the tile/link below to download the game; or scan the QR code to the right with Bing Vision on your Windows Phone.
|Endless Robot Street|
by Christian Prescott