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Are you faster than a speeding bullet? Sports are better when you have gun legs. Run faster! Jump higher! Shoot for the gold! Attaching guns to your legs has revolutionized track and field competition forever! The recoil from your gun legs will send you flying over the running track. Pulverize those world records! Experiment with using the bazooka legs and fly even higher! In RUN GUN SPORTS you travel the world competing in track and field championships. Barcelona, Atlanta, Osaka, Athens. Can you beat them all? -Several different athletic events: hurdles, high jump, horizontal bars and more -Over 300 levels -Challenge the world’s most famous sport cities -Many different guns: bazooka, shotgun, flame thrower -Represent your country in national uniforms -Get sponsored by well-known brands like BEEROOK and PURRMA -Global leaderboards on Game Center -Share crazy replays -Daily Challenges -Some explosions -Actually, a lot of explosions Run Gun Sports is track & field with gun legs!
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I’ve been enjoying the game so far and found it neither too frustrating nor too easy gameplay-wise, which is surprising seeing other people’s reviews on the game. Other users bring up the “paywall” issue with needing to unlock other guns and upgrade quicker throughout the game. The reason why I think this is over exaggerated as an issue is because, while I admit that it would be better to have other guns as unlocks (via level progression) instead of through payment, it doesn’t make the game unplayable. Many of the in-app purchases are helpful if you want to get through the game quicker, but that doesn’t mean that they are necessary in order to progress through the game. I will add some criticisms with certain things, such as lack of instructions, as so far I’ve been unsure of how to beat the diving levels in the daily challenge. It would also be interesting to see an implementation of an “arcade mode” in the game, but then again with the large number of levels that this game offers, this isn’t an urgent thing. Thanks for reading the review!
Talk about a change in pace for mobile games, this game is fun, always changing, everything you could want in a game. Competition, guns, and it just doesn’t stop. You may think “oh I played a few levels and got bored” KEEP PLAYING IT! It’s so much fun. Now the ONLY bad thing that I just now ran into was the slow mo.. the slow mo is being used in ways it should be being used. Like every time I get close to a blade and I know I’ll make the jump, so I have to sit through the slow mo to keep going because I don’t wanna shoot to get out of slow mo because it’ll ruin the run. But other than that it’s awesome!
Let me start by saying, wow - what a great idea for a game! The ragdoll physics are silly and fun and the idea of propelling your character across the screen using guns *strapped to his legs* is so absurdly wonderful, I must admit I did have a lot of fun for the short time I played it. However, here comes the bad part. You start with a basic pistol by default. Want the machine gun or bazooka? Here watch this 30 second ad first or pay for one using in-game currency, then you can have it for one (1) level only. When you get to the next level, you’ll have to watch another ad or pay more in-game money again. Want the other guns too, like the laser guns or flamethrowers? Pay real money for them. Want customizations for your character? Either wait for a levelup to happen (thus allowing you to open a single-product lootbox) or pay real money. I personally paid one dollar for the Cheetah character because I felt this game was worth just that. A dollar. More than free, but less than three dollars for sure. It’s funny, polished, and fun for a while, but holy cow you have *got* to lower some of those paywalls before I play this again.
I love this game and everything about it. The cute characters, challenges, the bright colors. Including the overall concept of the game. But my biggest problem is that the game wants you to buy everything. I am ok with putting money into a game but there are too many things to purchase. An example would be the skins or characters. In order to get a character you need to pay a dollar. But there are so many characters, that you have to pay over and over again. The same goes for the guns you have to pay 1$ for almost each and every gun. I wish that the game had a package so you would just have to buy a skin package for 5$ or a gun package for 5$. Over all the game is fun and cute but I would not recommend it to anyone.
I’d like like to start out by saying that this is a fun game. But it has so many paywalls and ads it is no fun. Paywalls: In the games levels you pick a gun to run a course with. All the guns have different advantages. A cool idea but it is so poorly executed you will feel betrayed. The games guns only have 1! Free use. After that you have to either watch a 30 second ad or pay 30 in game currency. A currency which by the way, is only effectively gotten through the 6 hour sponsorship thing and the daily challenges(which are impossible without said guns). All this considers the game makes an effective pay wall where the only way around to beat a level is to wait 12 hours until you can hopefully pick the right gun to beat the level. But wait! A level consists of 3 courses meaning 36 hours to beat one level. Ads This is much more simple. There are a lot of ads. When entering a level, when beating a level, and etc. granted they are skippable. It’s just super annoying and data taxing to have all these ads pop up. Conclusion Cool and fun game but super bad execution.
Developed by Not My Jeans AB.
Run Gun Sports is ranking in Games & Casual & Sports
Last update was at Feb 28, 2021and the current version is 1.6.2.
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Run Gun Sports have a 679a user reviews.
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