Dynamix Review

Dynamix iconAs you may know, rhythm games are one of the hardest and most creative games out there to play. Each rhythm game is unique, and has its own play style. Dynamix takes rhythm to a whole new level, and by ‘whole new level’, I mean you almost need 3 hands to play this game.

When you start this game, everything is basic: You start with the tutorial, then go on to configure the settings, and then you can start playing. Of course, it’s not that simple when you actually play the game. In a typical rhythm game like Geometry Dash or Cytus, you usually use 2 or 3 fingers. In Dynamix, you really can’t rely that much on just 2 or 3 fingers. The 3 sides of your screen will be completely utilised as much as possible, with the left side having a dragged handle, the bottom being the main melody board, and the right side being another melody board. (You can imagine the horror when all 3 start throwing notes at you at the same time) That is, essentially, what makes this game that interesting to play. If you’re not convinced, grab this game, and try the first level on HARD. You’ll know what I’m talking about. All in all, this game is challenging, nerve-wracking, and is worth a try.

 

Pros:

  • No stamina bar – fail and keep playing!
  • Totally free
  • Great soundtrack
  • Great graphics and concept

Cons:

  • Banner ‘ads’ on loading screen
  • Calibration settings could be better
  • Interface could be explained better

If you’re bored and want to take up an all new challenge, you can check out Dynamix here:

Alternatively, if you are unable to access the Play Store, you can use evozi’s APK downloader to sideload the application onto your device.

And as always, have a nice day!