The gameplay looks like pure chaos- which is great. The trailer shows off the ability to push people around, block their jumps and more. It all adds up to a ton of fun.
For now, the update brings LOCAL multiplayer, which means you have to be on the same WiFi network. We’d love to see support for an expanded multiplayer where you can play with friends from around the world, but we know that could present some challenges (lag!).
Hipster Whale, the company behind Crossy Road has kept it simple with its games. It’s only released Crossy Road and Disney Crossy Road since its inception in 2014, but what they do, they do well. Crossy Road is a fun game that I’ve spent many hours playing during long car trips.
Crossy Road is free and does come with some in-app purchases. But, those in-app purchases aren’t pay-to-win. As you continue down your path in Crossy Road, you unlock different characters. The in-app purchases are just those other characters. No special abilities, no huge adds in the game, just some collectible characters.
Do you play Crossy Road? Will you try this out with your friends? Let us know down in the comments what you think about this update.
Play Store Link: Crossy Road