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Submitted by SharpShooter88 301d ago | review

Rush Bros. Review | Daily Joypad

Side-scrolling platformer on an acid trip, Rush Bros. represents everything you need to travel from A to B as fast as you can with as much bass as possible. Brought to us via the highly successful Steam Green Light, this indie title not only provides 41 single player levels, but also competitive split-screen or online head to head action with PC and Mac cross platform support. It’s fast, and very jumpy. (Indie, PC, Rush Bros) 3.5/5

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