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SCRAP Review: A fun, cute, and predictable iPhone game

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SCRAP Review: A fun, cute, and predictable iPhone game

A tiny robotic, an evil manufacturing unit, and a whole lot of operating.

I do know gaming lovers, it is been a couple of weeks since my final evaluation, however I'm again with much more vigor than sooner than! I am excited to proceed enjoying all of the video games I will be able to to inform you what is value your time and what is not!

This week I took a take a look at SCRAP, an auto-running platformer that has an overly lovable robot protagonist who appears to be having a nasty day.

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Tale & Surroundings

SCRAP, like maximum platformers, wasn't overly difficult with the tale. You play as SCRAP a tiny — and relatively lovable — robotic who has booted up early and in finding himself with the urge to run!

The game promptly tells you upon loading it up for the primary time, that the game takes position in a manufacturing unit on Earth, however excluding an overly brief cinematic scene at the start, that is all of the tale and background you get in SCRAP.


SCRAP is a minimalist game thru and thru, and the controls aren't any other. You'll be able to faucet any place at the display to pressure your little robotic good friend to leap and swipe down at the display at any time to drop to the decrease platform. You'll be able to all the time double bounce, via tapping the display once more when SCRAP is already within the air.

On display controls on iPhone and iPad don't seem to be all the time the most productive, however maximum auto-runners do a lovely just right task of using them since the game looks after the motion for you; then again, SCRAP more or less overlooked the mark.

"Swiping down at the display is steadily at a loss for words with leaping."

Whilst tapping at the display works flawlessly each and every time, Swiping down at the display to transport to the decrease platform is steadily perplexed with leaping. This brought about me to die needlessly a number of occasions, and used to be a source of my frustration right through the gameplay.

SCRAP begins off sluggish — as in actually — however each and every new degree your tiny robotic good friend strikes quicker, making it more difficult to dodge stumbling blocks and time your jumps. If you are used to enjoying auto-runner video games, the tempo of the game within the first handful of ranges will appear sluggish; on the other hand, the game nonetheless assists in keeping it difficult sufficient even with a extra mediocre tempo.

Each and every new form of lure you come across makes it more difficult to transport ahead simply without reference to the velocity SCRAp is shifting. I died such a lot of occasions within the first a number of ranges because of being unfamiliar with new stumbling blocks and thus did not have the right kind timing down. Plus, in SCRAP timing is the entirety, in case you leap one 2d too early, or past due you'll be able to die, and when each and every degree is getting fairly quicker, it in point of fact throws your timing out of whack.

Design & Sound

How impolite!

I revel in that SCRAP has an overly minimalist soundscape that just about fades into the background while you are enjoying. Such a lot of auto-runners may have loud and fast moving song tracks to convey up the sensation of pleasure, and it is great to peer SCRAP head in the other way. The track has a relaxing impact which is excellent news for the individuals who hate demise in video games.

"The track has a relaxing impact."

The design could also be lovely barebones. A stark yellowish-orange background makes the blacks and grays of the extent design pop, so that you all the time know the place the platforms are situated. Plus, the brilliant red and purple traps are simply discernable from anything within the game. The manner could be very undeniable, and it really works smartly for what it must do, which is assist you to center of attention at the game.

My Verdict


  • A affordable problem degree
  • Nice minimalist design


  • Sub par controls
  • Not anything new to the desk

Give it a Check out


SCRAP is a a laugh and colourful auto-runner platformer that gives gamers with a vital problem, even if the game begins at a slower tempo.

Its minimalist design — each in visuals and sound — will help you actually center of attention at the gameplay, which is a will have to to get the right kind timing of your whole jumps and swipes down.

On the finish of the day, the minor controls problems and the loss of originality may just make SCRAP a very easy game to put out of your mind; on the other hand, all the loss of any advertisements or in-app purchases and the promise of extra content material at the approach from the creators makes SCRAP's $2.99 worth level lovely persuasive.

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