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Submitted by ZacE 760d ago | review

Runaway: A Road Adventure iOS Review [Capsule Computers]

Zac Elawar from Capsule Computers wrote:

"Fans of the point-and-click adventure genre will undoubtedly be familiar with the Runaway series. Developed by Spanish team Pendulo Studios, the original entry – Runaway: A Road Adventure – made its way onto PCs across Spain in 2001, before being localised for Germany, North America, the United Kingdom and the rest of the global market over the following few years. It followed the formula of Broken Sword to its own success. Now, Bulkypix have published an iOS port of the title. Will you want to take this adventure on your touch-screens, or just…runaway? (creative, I know)" (iPad, iPhone, Runaway: A Road Adventure) 6.5/10

masterabbott  +   760d ago
Love the runaway series, i might buy this one.
ZacE  +   760d ago
If you love it, nothing will stop you.
WitWolfy  +   760d ago
I own everything on PC :D

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