Ever wish games were fun again, like when they were lovingly handcrafted line segment by line segment that your grandpappy used to make?
Ahhh, those were the days. Yep, back then you played a game, instead of watching it through cutscenes. You didn’t need no fancy whizbang graphics either, and the dragons looked vaguely like ducks. Yes, Kid Vector is an homage to a simpler time, when games wer...
iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch
Category: Games, Adventure, Arcade
Updated: August 02, 2012
Publisher: Uncade LLC
Version 1.1 [32.071474 MB]
Kid Vector may not break any new ground with its simple platform jumping gameplay, but its visual style, which blends wireframe characters and backgrounds with bright colorful lighting, is a unique treat on its own. The stark simplicity of the stick figure main character matched up with colored flashing lights or brightly lit rainbow backgrounds brings a special level immerses you in the game. While platformer apps l...Read full review »
Nostalgia Rules! by comfypandabear
Kid Vector's graphics are all sorts of out-of-control. I love it! This game is a throwback to retro platformers, yet adds its own spin to the genre. Only 15 levels, but I bet dollars to donut-holes that the developers will add some more eventually. Also, heck of a soundtrack!