Zero Reflex Tests your Dexterity

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Zero Reflex is a little game project with a minimalistic design, but you have no idea how addictive the gameplay can be. Zero Reflex Tests your Dexterity in ways you never imagined before and that is why I decided to present it to you today.

From what I have heard, the initial code name of the project was The Reflex 2. Due to similarities with many other published games the team decided to change its name into “Eye Will Survive!” – of course, this one is inspired by the song “I will survive” by Gloria Gaynor. However, soon after launch it was once again renamed into Zero Reflex and I have no problem with that!

Zero Reflex is an experimental evader. Let me tell you from the start the fact that there are circles, bullets, shurikens, rockets, saws and not only, so be careful about all of them as they aren’t your friends. This game tests both your skill and your spirit in a fast-paced punishing environment that keeps pushing your limits. There aren’t any save points, no secret tricks, but it seems that you are on your own this time!

The game features no less than 80 challenges with 4 amazing game modes. The further you go, the harder you are punished for your mistakes. Zero Reflex has 20 levels which differ in both design and mechanics. Each of the 20 levels changes its speed, as well as amount of danger for the player – it all depends on being played in Normal, Hard, Nightmare, as well as Hell Mode. Try to survive for as long as possible by moving the pilot to avoid everything flying around you. Each level lasts for no more than 30 seconds.

This game will surely make even hardcore gamers test their limits. If you don’t believe me – and I know that you must think that I am exaggerating, just try it out. Zero Reflex can be taken from this Google Play link right away and it is totally free.

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Radu Nicolae

Rdz works as an editor here at Android Flagship and when he's not at work, he enjoys doing whatever he does. He's a good guy but we still have no idea how he got here!