Atom Run is an action-packed retro-futuristic platform game, in a superb mechanical-dynamic world.
Jump, push, run and avoid the many dangers you'll encounter. Don't worry about dying - you have infinite lives. You'll be hooked!
"In 2264, an unprecedented disaster put an end to all living things. Only the robots survived - but when exposed to radiation, they become uncontrollable! With one exception..."
You control Elgo, a sophisticated robot prototype with simple, intuitive commands. Your mission is to find all the atoms and molecules that are critical to creating new life. Act fast, because your time is short!
Features & Highlights of this Game:
- Action-adventure fast paced platformer game
- Optimized for retina display
- 2D game engine, 3D graphic
- Precise and intuitive commands
- Original music composed by french electronic artist King Q4
- Game Center (coming soon)
- Complete Game! Free of ads and does not feature additional purchases
- We do not collect any personal information.
- Atom Run is available in: English, French, Italian, Chinese, German, Spanish, Japanese, Korean and Russian.
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Ratings and Reviews
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I wanted to post a review because the only one so far (as of May 20) isn’t fair — sure, The Cave is a GREAT game, and this is not of that caliber, but nothing in the description or the screen shots of Robot Run suggests this is that kind of game. It is exactly what it looks like: an old school platform jumper, and the graphics look exactly like the preview pics. It is fun and some of the sequences are well conceived. There isn’t much in the way of problem solving or decision making, you just run, jump, and grab all the coins. It reminds me of the Nintendo-era of games.
It does get very hard by about level 10 and since you ultimately have to beat the timer on every level and collect all the coins to advance, you might find yourself re-playing the same sequence over and over (and over and over).
A little steep for what the game offers, but it’s fun anyway!
I bought the game yesterday when it was $0.99. It’s worth that, priced right there. It’s fun, it’s a good little pass time, but I can’t say I’d have paid $4.99 for it now that I’ve played it. It’s well made, the graphics are great, the gameplay is fluid, it is stable and runs perfectly fine on our Macs. It’s a bit on the short side though, which is the only reason I’d say right now at least, it’s not quite 5 stars. Great work, keep it up!
I bought it on the iPhone for 4.99 US$ - worth every cent! Now for 0.99 cents it just a treat (on the Mac AND on iOS)! If you like jump and run games - go for it! Great graphics, great fun - worth my time! I hope you guys stay in business for quiet a while!
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