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Office Rush

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Price: $0.99

Rating: 2.68/5 (44 votes)

Description

Office Rush is a mind blowing corporate office simulation game. Voted as the most challenging and smart strategy game in 2010.

Warning: the game is highly addictive and a bit crazy.

You can also check the game video here.

The adventure takes place in a huge world of the Corporate Office. You will have to explore numerous offices, storages, production sites and other facilities. Stepping over bodies or jumping over cubicle walls to reach your goals is normal thing in the ruthless corporate reality. The tasks that you need to accomplish seem to be simple at first, but will become much more difficult as you advance to new levels and get promoted for your achievements.

General Information

  • UPDATED: February 18, 2011
  • CURRENT VERSION: 1.0.7
  • REQUIRES ANDROID: 1.5 and up
  • CATEGORY: Arcade and Action
  • SIZE:12M
  • PRICE: FREE / $0.99

Main features

  • Funny cartoon graphics.
  • Original gameplay: action + puzzle.
  • Easy-to-operate control.
  • Tortuous mazes of levels.
  • No advertising.

Description

Office Rush is a cool game built for Android Platform where your goal is accomplish a certain task specific to each of the game characters – Corporate Office employees. The game combines to genres – the classic action and puzzle.

In the action part of the gameplay, the character has two main abilities – running and jumping. The puzzle part will be described a bit later.

Now a few words about characters.

The Security Guard must find a ninjas who sneaked into the Office, teach them good manners and get back to the security booth. In order to beat the ninja, you just need to run at him.

Getting rid of evil ninja promotes you to the Secretary. This character does not deal with fighting like the Guard. She…

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