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Canabalt for WM
Do you like arcade style games?, if so you will enjoy this simple graphics game created by XDA member zarpy. You are running on a city and need to jump onto every building or structure on your way, the more you advance the faster you need to jump to the next one. Beware because some structures can fall during your jump.
This game works for WVGA and VGA resolutions.
Originally posted by zarpy
Canabalt v 2.0 ( fixed version) WVGA and VGA update
Ok this is the fixed version its a totally new level with the building bug fixed. The game is simple your player is running through buildings auto-matically, you can make the player jump by tapping on the screen.
I updated upon request of fans of the original game.
This game is WVGA and there is a VGA version. QVGA will be in the future.
You can find more information in the game thread.
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