Chaser Tracer Review (Android)
Sporting cool vaporwave visuals and a soundtrack to match, Chaser Tracer dares you to securely deactivate a mass extinction device referred to as the Oblivion Orb – racing against the clock to decode thousands of alien symbols before it annihilates all life within the universe.
- Bright neon graphics.
- 209MB download size.
- Touchscreen controls.
- 3 difficulties-poser, rad and ace.
- Reaction based gameplay.
- The game is simple, a shape will come up and you have to follow the lines and draw the shape fast as possible.
- Easy to learn.
- Initial tutorial.
- Brilliant soundtrack.
- Fits the mobile phone format.
- Boss encounters.
- Background changes as you play.
- Earn and charge up special abilities.
- In-app purchases.
- No settings at all.
- No Google play integration.
- Not always good at recognizing actions.
- Slow-paced unless you go to the highest difficulty.
- No leaderboards.
- In-app purchases.
- Earning a power-up requires an advert watch.
- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 7/107/10
Chaser Tracer is a simple game, shapes come up on the screen and you have to draw them as fast as possible. This all plays out with a neon synthwave aesthetic going on and the background is very nice. Music is OK but I played mostly with the sound off. The game is all about reflexes and Coordination, but unfortunately, the game didn’t always recognize my inputs or the timer would be so short I couldn’t afford any mistakes no matter how small. You get no settings in Chaser Tracer, no graphics, performance, or anything. Nothing is a word that is used a lot as it has encapsulated many of the game’s nonexistent features like no leaderboards, no Google play integration, or anything special or even standard. In-app purchases are not needed as it’s just tied to ability charging and how saving works bit honestly it’s just not needed. I hated that I could earn an ability charge but I had to watch an advert in order to claim it. Overall I just found Chaser Tracer to be flat and not that fun to play, it has no unique thing about it and is not that fun.