Back on November 9, 2017, released a surprisingly simple title that had taken social media by storm; it was cheap and not too flashy. Rather, it had a simple premise of gliding through various levels in a simultaneous death-defying and zen-like experience.
Superflight from GrizzlyGames is that title which was superbly simple and had come with a near-flawless gameplay loop that had encouraged exploration and enjoyment both simultaneously. There are no DLCs, microtransactions, and there are no new as of whether it received any kind of updates post the launch.
It has already been three years and it still remains as a go-to for many gamers who are just looking for a calm way to decompress after a hectic and stressful day.
However, there are some who wish that the title could offer something more. It’s a sure shot complete package but there could be so much more than that with a few mechanics stapled on.
And, now Impossible Soaring releases on Steam, bringing a relaxing guide to the platform filled with stressful titles. The title just had its release on Steam yesterday in an almost silent manner and it currently has gathered all of one review and costs $5.
The Impossible Flight closely resembles Superflight, but its bringing and offering far more as compared to its predecessor in almost every way possible.
There are no landscapes consisting of od blocks instead now fluid terrain encourages the players to guide their avatar through the landscape that drastically changes in between the maps. Also, it is worth opting that the maps do not get procedurally generated. The developers at the Binary Jellyfish rather seem to opt for the handcrafted levels of various themes which significantly ranges from biomes filled with monstrous ivy to frozen apartment blocs, and everything near to it in between.
However, the score attack aspect is still there along with the thing of challenge others in risky pursuits of diving through the small valleys and gaping maws of rock, amidst racking up pints in the meanwhile. The gamers can also choose to play it safe and just enjoy the landscape as they could bring the character around the various scenes.
Another thing which has caught the attention of many is that currently there isn’t any controller support and that may very well be a deal-breaker for many who ate looking at getting cozy with the lo-fi beats while soaring through the world.
With the 33 Steam Achievements for letting the players chase, and it released right away, there is likely to be developer support for the given title in the coming future.
For all those players who always found they wishing that if Superflight could offer something more or could expand beyond what it currently is, then they can certainly look forward to the title Impossible Flight. It is the next bizarre entry into the new gaming genre that many prefer as a palette cleanser. Having only nine levels to currently be found, many may find that it pales in comparison to the current title of the zen-flight genre.