Get Your Spook On With Horror Run Android Game
The number of Android games has been increasing over the last year and this is a new addition from XDA forum member nitzanj.
Horror Run is an action game with hand drawn graphics and is based on getting as far as you can from the terrifying creatures of the underworld. The main character is a damsel in distress who must survive as long as possible collecting bonuses along the way.
The dev has stated that there are a lot of ideas floating about to improve the game but would like feedback for more ideas. A global high score system is the first priority for the next version.
Horror Run is available for free in the Android Market and is ad supported. For more information, head on over to the application thread.
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