Paragon Infinite: For Honest Enjoyment

Today we will take a quick look at Paragon Infinite by Mike Lasch. This little beauty is the mobile-y, arcade-y version of Paragon (which we will be taking a look at come Thursday.

Hard to describe, game play is as such: collect gems and guide a ball through barriers as it bounces up and down a filament-like strand before being released forward as it is chased by an ever approaching kill barrier. Like I said, game play is hard to describe. Suffice it to say, patience and quick reflexes are requirements in order to go far. Below, you can check out my video as those moving images... and my voice, speak louder than words.

Despite my reflexes consistently let me down, this game is a lot of fun.  Although I played on PC, I can absolutely see the appeal of getting a few games in on a phone while taking a break or waiting for an appointment. Following the likes of Tetris, Paragon Infinite will continue indefinitely, giving you a more challenging time so that you have to earn those points. Mike has hit upon the magical formula that marries simplicity with difficulty for honest enjoyment.

Available on PC and Android via Google Play and the Amazon Appstore.

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