Posted: 2 years ago, last updated 10 weeks ago.
His running is automatic which just leaves it down to you to jump. As the game speeds up this gets increasingly difficult and relies on quick reflexes. There are no stages, so this is just a challenge for how long you can stay alive.
In 2013 the game was updated to include a female player character and the ability to compete with another player by tapping different sides of the screen.
Rated for younger players in Australia. Rated General (G) for Very Mild Violence.
5+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. Younger players need to have fast reactions and good observations. Provided they don't mind losing and trying again, even the very young can have fun with this. A good game to compete at a high score in the family.
This is a hard game, although it does start quite slow. There are no difficulty settings. There is no reading required apart from the description of how you die. You can play the game with a single tap anywhere on the screen. Navigating menus requires tapping on specific parts of the screen. There are audio cues to warn of upcoming dangers that don't have matching visual counterparts.
You can remap keys and adjust audio levels on PC version.
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