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Race to the Finish with SteepleChase for Android
Ready? Set? Go!!! It is a race against time and in order to obtain the highest score, you must make it to the end. If you are not certain what this is all about, this is what you will go through when you try XDA member hgbreton‘s latest game. SteepleChase will basically will give you a random course to follow to a defined end point. You will have to use your good judgement and navigation skills to make it to the end, within the best possible time. It is an interesting idea, and it certainly beats staying home on a sunny Saturday afternoon simply staring at your device. You can get a few friends hooked up on this as well and play to see who has the highest score.
Please leave some feedback for the dev as to what other features could be added to this game.
Description: SteepleChase is a race against the clock which tests your navigation skills to the limit! In this fun and frantic game you must find your way around a randomised course armed with only the most basic tools. Compete with your friends to obtain the highest score on a course of any length you want – from a wander round your neighbourhood to a road trip across America!
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