I have played abstract 3D endless runners before. I must admit that this genre is the one I find to be the most immersive on a mobile platform. What some of these runners lack is landscape variety. Power Hover is not endless and therefore each level is designed specifically to be its own non-random thing.
The game follows a hover board riding character that is tasked with collecting batteries in order to restore electrical power to his village. Depending on how many batteries you manage to collect in each level, you will accumulate power which can be spent between levels on activating specific buildings along the road map. These grant all sorts of bonuses, which our character will sort of need, in order to progress through the latter levels. Each level is designed in a certain way while multiple levels are grouped in the same theme, the first one being desert, sand, dunes... worms(?)
Along the level you will pass checkpoints which will respawn you in case of a crash. Crashing however will cost you a life, which you don't get many unless you've activated some buildings. Although the levels look expansive, they are actually very narrow, the camera will reorient itself according to a pre-set path, while sliding out of view for too long will eventually result in a "crash".
The game can be played for free by waiting 8 hours between levels or watching some advertisements. Alternatively, you can purchase an inexpensive free pass and enjoy Power Hover just like a regular paid game. I might intend to do that, but I'm waiting on a compatibility update. Unfortunately, the graphics quality cannot be scaled, and depending on your device, you might be running into some frame stuttering, or not. Either way, there's no reason not to try it out. Power Hover is quite an achievement for the Android platform. The visual style blends great with the action and and sounds. The hover board control is difficult enough to be a challenge without becoming frustrating. I'd say the Finland team has a winner.