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Run Like Hell!

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Price: Free

Rating: 2.27/5 (37 votes)


Would you like to be a source of proteins for a local tribe? So RUN LIKE HELL!

RUN LIKE HELL! - critically and community acclaimed game with over 2 million downloads finally available on Android Market!

You are an intrepid treasure hunter. Stuck on a godforsaken island with some locals who haven't had a lunch yet! Wanna stay as a main course? No? So... RUN LIKE HELL!

Run Like Hell! is a frantically paced run-and-jump platformer – slide, climb, string, jump and crawl your way to safety as you are pursued by hungry looking savages with spears. Dash through ancient ruins, along nighttime jungle trails and sun-kissed beaches dodging obstacles as you go - every collision brings you a step closer to your doom... and their meal!

• Jump, slide and be precise to perfectly outrun pursuing savages• Avoid all obstacles which might slow you down, including mad bee hives and angry tribal women• Send fog or thunderbolts to slow your 'hunters' down• Additional goal: coins you collect to unlock other levels and additional game modes• Bonus episodes: YETI, AVALANCHE and HEARTBREAKER included• Game is absolutely FREE!!!

RUN LIKE HELL! includes:• Three game modes: endless, story and timetrials• Over 30 levels in Story Mode in 3 difficulty modes• OpenFeint support: Leaderboards, Achievements and Challenges• Colorful vibrant graphics and smooth animation• Varied locations: jungle, village, beach at sunset and more...• Simple and fun game mechanics• Hours of addictive gameplay!• XPERIA PLAY optimized!


Requirements:Android 2.1+ (2.2+ recommended)100MB free on SD card

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Tested on: HTC Desire, HTC Incredible S, LG P990 Swift (Optimus) Speed, Samsung Galaxy S, Samsung Galaxy S II, Samsung Galaxy Ace,…

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