The new approach to geometry
by the Rabbit Hole Team, the developers of Checkout
Do you recall the many situations in which you try to find the price on the packaging of a product? How difficult it can be as you turn the item over and over again? If so, you have to try the new Checkout game.
Checkout is a game in which the figures of various shapes like pyramids, prisms, octahedrons and many others, fall from the sky. Your task is to catch the figures closest to the floor by tapping on the screen, then by moving your finger vertically or horizontally, find the special mark. You have to hurry in order not to drop any of the figures because when they crash to the floor, they take away precious seconds from your overall time limit. However finding the mark adds more time.
The task is difficult because each figure rotates differently. This is where you’ll have to think a little and remind yourself of school. But I promise – it won’t be that boring. Triangular prisms and pentagons don’t rotate along the longer side, the walls of a pyramid move one by one, and the octahedron should have a sign on the top wall. So developing a strategy to find marks on each of the blocks can take a while.
To make the gameplay more interesting the developer came up with a variety of challenges. To start a challenge you need to catch a box with a question mark. If you resolve the challenge successfully, you receive a reward that allows you to stay in the game a little longer. You also win stars. 🌟
Now we’ll talk about the aim of playing Checkout. There is also something to collect here. Of course stars. Collecting 200 allows you to unlock a new skin which can be put on the figures. You can have the blocks wearing skins, (e.g. wood, zebra or brick layout). The whole game is dressed up nicely and changes color depending on how much time you have left. It is worth noting that the less time you have left, the redder the figures become.
The game presents dynamic gameplay in a pleasing visual setting.
You should definitely give it a try.
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