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Submitted by s8anicslayer 519d ago | review

Max Steel Review | 148Apps

Initially easily dismissed as a bit of a Temple Run clone, Max Steel proves quite pleasantly more original than that, even if it is guaranteed to challenge much of its core market.

Starting out fairly simply, players mostly spend the early minutes swiping up, down, left, and right in order to dodge various rock based obstacles. Along the way there are plenty of coins to collect; all feeling really quite predictable. (iPad, iPhone, Max Steel: Rise of Elementor) 3.5/5

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