You're a runner. You run. Sometimes you jump. And then you run again. Never stop.
This is a runner game with single button mechanics. Pressing the button makes you run, releasing the button makes you jump. Press the button at the right time for some air control.
The game looks good. It's a special kind of minimalistic 80's art style that works well in its execution. But as with most of these games, gameplay gets a bit stale after a while.
Beyond stale there's a point of frustration. Since you don't always get a clear look ahead you're often left restarting for something that wasn't really your fault to begin with.
Verdict: I'm not a fan of these kinds of game because they offer too few things to do. If you're into running games you'll love this one though. I think the single button mechanic just gets a bit too boring after a while. And being "blind" to where you're going is just frustrating for me.
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