Some levels seem to just go on forever. We bring you the good and the bad of these endless stages.
With the next generation of game systems on the horizon, hardware power is becoming more and more of a concern. With this great power, comes huge games. Whereas we’ve discussed some of the largest open worlds and some of the longest games in previous features, this time we’re talking about individual maps.
Rather than looking at complete game worlds and their size, we’re talking about single levels and stages that are truly mammoth tasks, or at least ones that feel that way.
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1. The Impossible Game
The clue is in the name. The Impossible Game offers a simple exercise in timing your jumps over perilous spikes, but the thing goes on and on and on. Topping that off is the extreme difficulty. Every jump requires the utmost precision, forcing you back to the beginning for even the mildest of mistakes. It may have an end, but I doubt it can be reached by mere mortals.