[Android] Run Deer Run

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  1. MoshiMoshiEnt

    MoshiMoshiEnt New Member

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    Hello, so game is kinda "live" but only few of my friends played it... so it would be nice to know ur honest opinions...


    Title: Run Deer Run
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    Game URL: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.moshimoshi.rundeerrun
    System Requirements: Android

    Feedback Details: I would like to get ur honest opinions, it is fun? It's not to hard?

    Known Issues: Messy animations, sometimes seems like Deer fail to jump
     
  2. MoshiMoshiEnt

    MoshiMoshiEnt New Member

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    Hey i just added skins to the game! Check it out!

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  3. Stein Ove Helset

    Stein Ove Helset New Member

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    Well, I've certainly haven't seen anything like this. I like running games, so I will give it a try!
     
  4. MoshiMoshiEnt

    MoshiMoshiEnt New Member

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    Cool! Hope you gonna like it!
     
  5. Stein Ove Helset

    Stein Ove Helset New Member

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    Downloaded a little while ago and played it for a while. It was funny!
    But it was a little bit hard at first :p One thing I would fix is this:
    When you hold the jump button the deer starts bending, but he stops bending before the "jump meter" is full. So it took a while before I understood that I could jump much further.

    Added a review for you on Google Play!
     
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