Race the Sun is a 3D, Third-person Person, and Single-player Endless Running video game created and published by Flippfly. A historical Rail-Shooter game inspires the game, but it does not offer shooting elements.
In this game, the player can control a solar-power spaceship, and dodge various objects on the way such as NPC ships, laser beams, and other stationary obstacles while collecting pick up can be used in the game. The game ends when the player hits an object or other ships.
The levels are pseudo-procedurally-generated and separated into distinct regions; each new one comes with a set of challenges. The player continually earns rewards as long as possible the ship is moving. At the beginning of the game, it looks easy to play, but the player faces lots of challenges such as obstacles and enemy ships that make the game exciting and enjoyable.
Race the Sun features three different kinds of levels, such as Standard level, an apocalyptic level, and a Maze-style obstacle course; each one has its unique difficulties. The game offers stunning visual details, simple controls, and fantastic game mechanics.
More About Star X
Star X developed by Graphic State and published by BAM Entertainment. It is a Single-player, Rail Shooter video game in which the player can control a unique aircraft with the aim of eliminating all the enemy planes that will try to destroy the humanity. There are multiple ships available in the game each ship has its own weapons and appearance, choose his favorite one and get into the challenging world. During the gameplay, the player is able to move his ship in multiple directions in order to complete his objective. The game allows the player to collect all the power-ups in during the mission that will help the player to defeat the enemies. Different maps, unlock new levels and upgrades these are key features of the game. Star X offer fantastic game mechanic and simple controls.