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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1060d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: I Must Run! Review

Pocket Gamer: Whenever a game makes it big in the smartphone market, imitators flood in after it. The growth of the endless running genre following the iOS release of Canabalt is a prime example.

Every week, more and more games ask you to run in a straight line, jumping gaps and sliding under obstacles, with no possible hope of ever reaching your goal because it doesn't exist. (Android, I Must Run) 6/10

barkingspace  +   1060d ago
It's too bad it has been reviewed so poorly. I mean, it obviously earned the score.

What I would love is for someone to make an iOS version of Spiderman: City Raid.

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