Game Review: OCTAGON

Caitlyn Cape

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Have you ever sat in study hall and just been bored out of your mind? I know I have.

When there’s nothing to do and it feels like my brain is about to explode from boredom, I play Octagon. It’s an arcade-style platform game where you have to move super fast or die. The rules of this game are simple. Use the left, right, and up arrow keys in order to jump, avoid holes and speed bumps, and to switch your world upside down. It starts off super easy and slow, but as you keep on beating levels, it gets increasingly harder.

With fun music and colorful graphics, this game is sure to get you addicted. There are different daily challenges that help make sure that there is never a dull moment in your life. There are at least 500 levels and maybe even more levels that have never been explored before! So download Octagon right now. I can promise that you will not be disappointed.

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