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Submitted by rajeanak25 1079d ago | news

Indie Intermission - Sometimes You Can 'Run' Away From Your Problems

"Today’s game is a very interesting one that although is still under development has a rather great style to it that is definitely worth looking at. Run has been created by Graphichorse a one man development team from Norway.
Run starts off in darkness telling the story entirely via audio cues of a car crash. After the game pans in to your character standing by a burning car it is up to you to get to the end of the level. As you progress through the level you must jump and dodge your way to the end, however currently this is not too taxing." - Alex Wilkinson (Indie, PC, Run)

EuNatural  +   1079d ago
I think that's a wonderful game. I love to try playing that game.

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