Runbow‘s biggest selling point is its 9-player competitive mode, which again highlights the fact that indie titles excel in local multiplayer fun, but this is obviously the highest number of people who find themselves battling it out on a single screen yet.
The game has a single-player adventure mode, but it’s the multiplayer component that truly shines, tasking players to not only be good with their platforming skills, but also with what they can actually see, because platforms and obstancles can constantly disappear. This could be tough for color-blind people for sure, as the constant changes of colors are an integral part of the game.
The Drone Racing League Simulator was already discussed in the Past gaming events: gamescom 2019, Day 2 article and it’s certainly an acquired taste, especially for those with a weak stomach, seeing various drones speed through parkours with all sorts of twists and turns.
It’s another competitive game that requires fast reflexes as well as hand-eye coordination. It goes without saying that the flight models are rather realistic and it will take some time before one can handle both the various drones and the speed at which they fly.
Both games can now be added to the Epic Games Store account for free until October 6, 2022, at 5:00 PM.