I'll admit it: the "Hotline" part of Hotline Trail is what got me to click. My brain must associate the word with good feelings after one too many hours spent playing Hotline Miami. Not that it really matters either way. This game is also worth playing, but for different reasons.
In Hotline Trail, you coast through the stars on a motorcycle (or a car; it's up to you) that must cling to a track with a mind of its own. Simple, yeah, but still skill-based. I especially like how you're given an audio-visual heads up when the course is about to introduce a new layout so your inevitable demise doesn't feel cheap, something that lesser endless runners struggle to avoid.
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