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Developer: Little Chicken Game Company
Content Rating: Everyone
Ever wanted to kickflip a car? Get behind the wheel in this high octane stunt driving game and get REKT! REKT makes doing tricks incredibly smooth and easy, and with super realistic physics it's easy to learn and hard to master. Get your landing right and power slide into the next trick for an incredible trick combo chain at a smooth 60 frames per second. REKT challenges you to prove and improve your skills in an elaborate multilayered free roaming sandbox arena. Dynamic challenges help you find new possibilities in the arena and experience classic trick gameplay mixed with races, challenges, and new ways to get that elusive next multiplier. Designed with adaptive visuals that adjust to your driving, REKT offers a unique experience you won’t find anywhere else. REKT comes with over twenty cool automobiles, that are unlocked by your awesome trick scores. Drive off with that insane hot rod or crazy street racer - but only if you are worthy! REKT is a single player arcade experience that will have you on the edge of your seat. If you want to test your skills, compete with players around the world on the global leaderboards or show off your best run by sharing a video with Everyplay! Keep an eye out for future updates with more cars, arenas and challenges! Time to #GETREKT!
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Visually, REKT! looks gorgeous with the unique and futuristic low-poly aesthetic. Everything is rendered in 3D so it's rather immersive once you get things going. As I mentioned, the arena where you do your stunts in is a bit TRON-like, which appeals to me. It's packed with various ramps, loops, hoops, and other things to do your tricks on while having neon light trims along the edges. The color palette in REKT! ranges from vibrant and bright hues to more muted shades, so it's a nice mix.
REKT! takes the ideas of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater and streamlines them into a neat little mobile package. The only problem is, that package is a little too small at the moment. With only one course, REKT! can entertain for a few play, but then runs out of gas relatively quickly. When more courses come, REKT! will potentially be a great game, but for now, it just feels more like a proof of concept.
Despite these minuscule glitches and gripes, I really enjoyed recklessly driving around REKT!'s eye-catching sandbox arena. Landing complicated stunts and achieving higher scores (all while unlocking cars and cosmetics) kept the game feeling fresh and satisfying.