ATTACCA is an abstract arcade game created by Super Hyper Interactive. It's a bit like a lower difficulty version of Super Hexagon, in that you have simple one touch controls and only have to worry about avoiding the bad things. As the developer points out, playing ATTACCA is a bit like bouncing a paddleball, and sometimes you just want an attractive little diversion to occupy your mind for a few minutes.
To play, simply tap and hold the screen for a moment to charge the center triangle's jump. You'll see the surrounding dark triangles light up briefly, showing where you'll land once you release. All you have to do is avoid hitting the red triangles, a feat that's so much easier said than done, especially when they start coming at you in groups and leave only one little space to hit in-between.
After each round you're shown your score, and you can even compete in leaderboards on each mobile platform, just in case you want to show off your paddleball skills. Beyond that, it's just all tapping and timing. ATTACCA is simple and never deviates from that basic formula, but it's a strangely compelling diversion that's attractive to boot.
NOTE: This game was played and reviewed on the Nexus 4. Game was available in the North American market at the time of publication, but may not be available in other territories. Please see individual app market pages for purchasing info.
This one is quite a challenge to understand.
I had no idea what I should do.
Only after minutes of trial and error it dawned on me how the controls work and what the objectives are.
So this game definitely needs some kind of introduction.
However, if you got it, its quite compelling.