Race the Sun
Spoiler: the sun wins
The thing about endless runners is they’re badly named. You usually reach a very sudden end. Good examples like this one do a great job at giving you incentive to keep trying.
You’re in a solar-powered vessel and the sun is going down, so you’re racing toward the horizon to stay in its light. The closer to the left or right edge of the screen you touch, the sharper you steer in that direction. Obstacles start off fairly sparse and stationary, but grow more complex and mobile. Avoid them or it’s all over. Their shadows grow longer and more dense as the sun sets, slowing your pace.
The worlds are vast, and you play each one for a day, learning where choke points are and trying different routes. The next day you enter a new world, which balances gaining familiarity to go for high scores with variety. You can level up your craft too, which adds to the game’s longevity. Matt Bolton
A smartly made and fun endless game, though it’s best once several of its secrets are unlocked.