Crash Bandicoot: On the Run is an exclusive game for mobile devices. It’s an endless runner game which is developed by King, the makers of Candy Crush. The game will release globally on 25 March 2021. But since we played the test version of the game, we thought why not publish a Crash Bandicoot: On the Run Game Review. So here we are:
The entire game is based on a story. The story starts when Doctor Neo Cortex starts bringing troops and monsters from different dimensions into one place. Coco, the younger sister of Crash, has devised sets of potions that send them back to the dimension from where they came. Crash sets on the journey to send back all these enemies to their original place.
To send monsters back to the original dimensions, crash needs to throw a potion over them. However, for that, you will need to do two things first – craft potions and throw the potion. To craft a potion, you will have to gather materials, which is when the endless running parts come into the picture; you keep on running until you collect all the materials required. Once done, you move to the next stage, where you beat all the minions in a boss’s gang. Now comes the final step where you face a boss monster and throw a potion sending it back to its original dimension.
Once a monster is defeated, you will move to a new set of minions and a brand new boss to beat, which requires more and new sets of potions to craft.
Controls of Crash Bandicoot: On the Run is similar to any other endless runner game. In the game, you swipe right to move right, swipe left to move left, swipe down to slide, and swipe up to jump. In addition to this, you have to tap on the screen to spin, which allows you to break through boxes and obstacles.
The graphics of the game is quite impressive. It’s simple yet enjoyable. The game gives you the feel of the old casual game, but at the same time, it’s quite advanced. The surroundings are colorful, and overall, it just feels right. Other than this, the maps have been designed nicely. The characters look real, and the game keeps the laws of physics in mind. What else do you need!
If you have even a single casual endless running game on your mobile, then prepare yourself to replace it with Crash Bandicoot: On the Run. It’s new and offers a lot more options as compared to other similar games. The game is developed by KING, the makers of Candy Crush, and they have done a fantastic job on the game.
We loved this game because it shows that the developers actually want the players to enjoy the game. You don’t have to worry about excessive ads or forceful in-app purchases in Crash Bandicoot: On the Run. As a player, you don’t need to spend a single dime on the game to enjoy it. On the other hand, if you want to spend money on it, there are no good options. The costumes and cosmetic items don’t appeal to you to buy them.
To conclude, if you still enjoy the casual mobile game genre, then don’t think twice – go for Crash Bandicoot: On the Run, but if you have gone past casual games, then the game offers nothing drastic that you have to download and try.
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So that will be all for our Crash Bandicoot: On the Run Game Review; if you have anything to add, please lets us know via the comments below. Also for Pre-Registration and more details on the game check out the official website of the game.
Another “journalist” who didn’t play the game for longer than 30 minutes.
If you played it for a few days (which should be the bare minimum for reviewing a GAAS), you’d notice how the main gameplay loop consists of farming the same few boring, repetetive stages which are NOT randomly generated and offer no challenge or excitement past the first hour.
I have played this game for a week (about 2-3 hours a day) and I already am utterly bored of farming the collection run stages. You have to farm them every day to progress through the story missions (which are too simple and don’t feel rewarding anyway) and to aquire the premium currency (crystals) without paying. And let me tell you, it takes FOREVER to farm enough crystals to buy 1 skin, and most of the skins can ONLY be purchased with money anyway.
Hi Rilla, being an endless runners game, you obviously will get repetitive gameplay. I have been playing the game for quite over a month now and it’s really fun for me. Talking of the in-game monetization being a free-to-play player it’s 10/10.