App Apes Verdict
- Graphics - 7.5/107.5/10
- Gameplay - 8/108/10
- Replay Value - 8/108/10
INFART may or may not be a play on the word in-flight, but it is certainly a fun game to play.
The graphics are overall very good, with the animation of the subject being especially well done. In fact, the only thing that detracts from the graphics score is the fact that all the elements do not form a cohesive unit. The subject’s cartoon art style is completely different than both the almost hyper realistic hamburgers, and the minimalistic building background and running planes. There is also an ad blocking a good portion of the screen.
The game play is simple, but fun; challenging and humorous. It may be considered immature to enjoy fart humor, but it will still get a good laugh out of many players. There is an option to mute the game in case you’re playing near the in-laws or on a public bus, but the farts sounds are comical, especially when juxtaposed with the ambient sounds of the game.
INFART is a challenging platformer, so it offers decent replay value in trying to strive for the highest score, but would benefit from more variety in backgrounds and consumables.
Overall, INFART is worth a try, good for a few laughs, and a handful of hours of fun.
INFART is a very simple game, where you have to avoid hamburgers and holes. Set in an abstract city, constantly changing, you have to run as far as you can to achieve the maximum distance from start. On the bottom right you will find the meters counter, and alongside the current amount of eaten hamburgers: if you get up to 5, you will do an INFART; but at any fart an hamburger will be “digested”. There are two powerups: the cabbage and the jalapenos (hot pepper). Both enhance movement speed, make you faster, and let you jump higher; also they will instantly reduce your amount of hamburger eaten. If you will go to “Scores” page, you will see your global ranking. (If you are connected to the internet) You can pause the game by just pressing “back” button