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Submitted by Buff1044 588d ago | review

Relic Rush Review (Modojo)

Chris Buffa (Modojo): Most endless running games let players tap the screen to jump and that's about it, as the developers place a heavy emphasis on keeping the action moving. Forest Moon Games took a somewhat different approach with Relic Rush, a $0.99 iPhone and iPad title that puts a somewhat interesting spin on the formula. We'll stop short of calling it revolutionary, but considering the app comes with over 100 levels for a buck, you'll still walk away satisfied. (iPad, iPhone, Relic Rush) 3.5/5

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