Remember, at the presentation on September 09 this year, the guys from HIPSTER WHALE showed their arcade for Apple TV Crossy Road with multiplayer mode? So, the same arcade game, but without multiplayer, has been available for iPhone and iPad for a month now. I'll tell you straight – there is something to play … Not many games in App Store manage to get almost the maximum rating with over half a million ratings, Crossy Road is just that. The three-dimensional arcade runner is fun, looks unusual (8-bit interface) and addictive in its complexity. Your task is to transfer the game character through roads, highways, rivers and one-, two- and multi-voice railroad tracks. The further you go, the more gold coins you get. Coins can be collected along the way. Any collision with a passenger car or tractor will lead to inevitable death. Also, you can die under the wheels of a train or drown in the river. One careless or hasty movement can lead to fatal consequences. There are no standard levels in Crossy Road, the track changes when you reach checkpoints. As you pass, the speed of cars, the frequency of trains and the speed of river flow increases, so you will have to adapt to new conditions. There is no time in the game, but there is an equally dangerous enemy – the bald eagle. As soon as you start moving, but could not keep up with the trend, and are stuck on the way in front of an obstacle or waiting for the green light in front of the train tracks, and the edge of the playing field overtook you, you will be 100% captured by the ruthless bird. To play it more fun, you can buy a gift for coins – a new character that differs only in appearance: a chicken, a white or black sheep, a hedgehog, a mad bull, and so on. They have no additional or special skills. For real money, you can buy many more different characters from your credit card. The controls in Crossy Road are banally simple: a quick press – move forward, swipe to the left or right – move in a given direction. In fact, your success in the game will depend on your ability to calculate the correct trajectory and speed of your fingers. I'll say right away – it's not easy to play, because you don't have the right to make a mistake. Despite the fact that I'm not a fan of 8-bit graphics, the picture in Crossy Road seems organic to me, the design fits well with the philosophy of the game and it only makes playing more fun. In the app settings, you can change the language, mute sounds and shadows, restore purchases, and activate battery saving mode iPhone or iPad. In this mode, the number of FPS decreases to a noticeable level. Disable it and the inhibition will disappear. Personally, I liked Crossy Road, the game is simple and fun at the same time. For a quick waste of free time in public transport or on a boring 'couple' at the institute – that's the thing – set records.