Run Run Die is a reaction-based platform game that will test your reflexes and really, really test your patience. You get to play as a little furry ball that has been set ablaze, and your job is to get to the pool of water at the end of each level as quickly as possible to extinguish the fire. This is no easy task, however, as loads of spikes, dynamite, and even dinosaurs stand in your way.
Since your little furry friend scurries along all by himself, all you have to do is tap the screen to jump over all of the cringe-inducing obstacles. You are allowed to run into the sides of blocks to slow things down, just as long as they aren’t covered in spikes. As you progress through the game you’ll encounter objects that can be interacted with by entering the “edit mode,” which provides you another opportunity to slow down the pace and take new paths.
The game includes a total of 35 levels with three stars to collect in each, which means you may finally be able to prove your worth to your friends and family by collecting all 105 of them. But don’t bank on it. The game also includes five additional challenge levels, awesome retro graphics, an original chiptune soundtrack, and the ability to offset the camera so that you can see even more of the approaching obstacles.
We also have a full review available in case you still aren’t convinced that you need to give this challenging game a shot.
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